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There’s nothing more comforting than a big bowl of pasta, but traditional wheat products are usually highly processed and refined, leaving few useful nutrients. Wheat is difficult to digest and can encourage inflammation in the body. Spelt on the other hand, along with other ancient grains like quinoa, amaranth and millet, has not been refined in the same way, so is far more nutritious, and (for most people), really well tolerated.
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My little boy absolutely loves meals which involve dipping, tearing, dunking, sharing and picking bits and pieces that he fancies from a selection of yummy things…. a “choosing lunch”. And do you know what – so do I. I think we all do – perhaps it’s some sort of primeval enjoyment for eating with our hands rather than cutlery – tearing apart warm, freshly-cooked flatbreads, scooping up a big dollop of hummus, and dotting a sun-blushed tomato or maybe a few olives on top. I don’t think there can be many better starters or lunch platters to share with friends or family. Continue reading “Recipe: Seedy Spelt Flatbreads with Roasted Garlic Hummus”