Quinoa – an ancient grain that has seen recent exposure in the superfoods arena – has long been a staple grain of South America. Packed with protein and essential amino acids, this nutrient-rich grain has recently not only received international attention
Despite having not been widely used in British kitchens until recently, millet is said to be the first cereal grain utilised in a domestic setting
Although with strong roots in western Asia, barley is the second most widely grown crop in the UK. This ancient grain, with a history said to be stretching back more than 10,000 years, thrives in our temperate climate and occupies acres of arable farmland particularly in the north and west of Britain.
Although with strong roots in western Asia, barley is the second most widely grown crop
The wonderfully nutty tasting grain of Spelt (Triticum Spelta) is an ancient species of wheat