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Bulk Grains & Flakes
Bulk packaging of Grains, Grain Flakes, and Couscous.
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3046
 
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3210
 
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UPC: 87931800107
2110
 
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2111
 
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10282
 
UPC: 87931006509
4737
 
Maine Grains - NA - UPC: 858043003645
40528
 
UPC: 05850432104
4918
 
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6050
Cracked Oats - Maine Grown - Kosher - 40#
MAINE GRAINS ---Rolled Oats & Cracked Oats--- Oats are a crop ideally suited to cool moist climates. Oats are a beneficial addition to the farm ecosystem and a healthful addition to the human diet. Different from steam treated rolled oats where the enzymes and fats have been denatured with steam heat for extending shelf life, our oats are dry rolled, preserving a sweet and creamy texture. Our oats are intended to be eaten fresh. Cracked oats resemble and cook just like a steel cut oat. A ratio of two parts water to one part oats is recommended for cooking. Soak overnight for softer oatmeal. Rolled oats make porridge in 15 minutes, cracked oats simmer for 25-30 minutes. Best if stored in an air tight container in the refrigerator or freezer. - Grown in Aroostook County, ME - Variety “AC Aylmer” and “Goliath” hulled oats ---Please note: when available, Maine Grains will purchase certified organic oats from Maine farmers and make them available at no extra cost. This is in an effort to encourage increased supply where supply is currently limited. Packaging in that case will be appropriately marked as certified organic.---UPC:85804300323
36259
 
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Maine Grains - Pearled Farro (Organic) UPC: 854396007125
19940
 
Yolele - Fonio is a gluten-free ancient African supergrain that’s great for you, others, and the planet. Fonio (Digitaria exilis) is a tiny ancient grain that has been grown and celebrated across West Africa for thousands of years. Fonio has been found entombed in Egyptian pyramids. To the Dogon people of Mali, it is “the seed of the universe” – the grain at the root of all existence. In most of West Africa, fonio is served to guests as a sign of honor. Fonio has different culinary roles depending on where you are in West Africa. I grew up in Senegal, where in the southern region we eat fonio like we eat rice or couscous. Malians most often pair it with peanuts to make a traditional staple called Djouka. People in Guinea, Burkina Faso, Nigeria, Benin and Togo make starchy fonio side dishes in the form of polenta or cakes. No matter how you cook it, fonio offers distinct nutritional benefits over other grains. Fonio is prized everywhere for its easy digestibility and low glycemic index. It’s often served to honored guests and to convalescents, diabetics, and of course people suffering from celiac disease and gluten intolerance. Fonio is strong in Methionine and Cystine, two amino acids that are essential for growth. UPC: 687080760378
10511
 
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1207
 
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10286
 
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36569
 
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2107
 
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1117
 
UPC: 87931401502
4885
 
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2173
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