I was recently invited by the Feisty Foodie to a food demonstration involving ancient grains, specifically Kamut. Kamut is actually a brand name for the khorasan wheat. However, it's the most widely used and known brand. Therefore, a lot of people use it interchangeably. The khorasan wheat has many health benefits which supersede the regular wheat (even whole grain) that we are all so familiar with today. A lot of people are more health conscious these days but it all comes down to taste for me. I'm all for healthy eating and do so more often than not. But if it doesn't take good, I probably won't eat it. So how did the khorasan wheat do?
Before the demonstration started, they set out plates of food to snack on. I was happy to see a plate of cheese along with some flatbread and pretzel rods.
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