Learn about our ancient grains

You’ve heard it said that “You are what you eat”, a truth that explains some of the physical, emotional, mental and even spiritual challenges of our day. Eating healthy is about much more than counting calories and carbs. We must also look at how our food is grown, prepared, served, and even the historical origins of the plant seeds.

We’re all about supporting those who are on their personal journey to health. That’s why you’re so important to this movement. Your story of wellness may become the inspiration for others who will come to you in the future to find their own answers.

Our mission here at Ancient Grains is to restore the finest organically grown ancient foods from around the world into our modern lifestyles. We’re glad you’re joining us!

Einkorn and Green Bean Salad

Ancient Grain Recipes

Great bakers need amazing ways to use our grains.

Take a look at our growing list of recipes to find awesome ways to share great tasting food with your family!

Read Our Ancient Grains Blog

Ancient Grains Blog

A Guide to Baking with Spelt Flour

  Embarking on a culinary adventure means trying new ingredients and techniques to make our cooking and baking more exciting. If you love baking and want to add a special touch to your creations, it’s time to explore the world…

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From George Washington’s Mill to Your Kitchen: Embracing Independence with Home Grain Milling

    As we celebrate the 4th of July, a day that symbolizes the birth of American independence, it’s fitting to reflect on the remarkable stories that helped shape our nation. One such story involves the iconic figure of George…

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Should I Measure Flour in Cups or Grams?

  For many inexperienced bakers, measuring flour in cups seems like the only way to do it. Measuring cups are widely available and they are used in most recipes. The truth is that measuring flour in grams is a more…

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