Curated Recipes

With our very own in-house chef, Stephanie Petersen, our recipes are custom formulated to ensure they work perfectly with our products.

Back to Basics: How to Cook Rye Berries

Rye has long been a staple grain in countries around the world, but in America, we rarely see it used in anything other than bread. Rye is a variety of grain that is not nearly as appreciated as wheat, and it should be! Because of its grey color, bakers usually add caramel color or molasses to bread doughs containing rye flour to improve the visual appeal of the finished product.

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closeup of partially cooked KAMUT berries in a grey bowl

Back to Basics: How to Cook Whole KAMUT®Berries

Here at Organic Grains, we always source the best grain we can find, that’s why we decided to start carrying KAMUT®. One of the biggest misconceptions about KAMUT® Brand khorasan wheat is that the name “Kamut” refers to the type of wheat, while in fact, is the trademark name.

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No-Knead Ancient Kamut® Multi-Grains Bread

Khorasan wheat or Oriental wheat, commercially known as kamut, is a tetraploid wheat species. It is an ancient grain type; Khorasan refers to a historical region in modern-day Iran in the northeast and parts of Central Asia including modern-day Afghanistan. This grain is twice the size of modern-day wheat and is known for its rich, nutty flavor.

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closeup detail of a freshly sliced piece of wheat bread

No-Fail Sprouted Wheat Bread Basics ( Plus Our Chef’s Tips for Using Sprouted Wheat Flour)

Natural sprouted grain flours are reported* to be among some of the most nutrient-dense foods you can add to your diet. If you’re like a lot of people who have tried to bake with sprouted wheat and found a few challenges, you’re not alone. In this post, we’re going to address the benefits of sprouted grain flours, and then give you some great tips for using these flours in your bread baking that will give you great results.

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Organic Grains corn spilling out of its bag with a bowl of freshly milled cornmeal in the forefront

Making Cornmeal Using the Wonder Mill Electric Mill

We’ve been super busy around here getting some new products on our site to help with your whole grain adventures and one of our newest items in called a Wondermill Electric Mill.

It’s a great way to go from a whole grain to a flour or meal with pristine fresh flavors. Seriously. Sweet delicious fresh flour right in your kitchen will turn your baking and cooking with grain into a magical alchemy center.

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