SANTAMARIA flour of ancient wheat Ancient Saragolla Turchesco.
Product not granular obtained by grinding and sifting the wheat Saragolla Turchesco, suitable for the preparation of homemade pasta and fresh egg pasta, bread, pizza, cakes and pastries, breading and any other use.
Net weight 1 kg
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|Production year:||Harvest 2017|
|Capacity of each unit (lt/kg):||1 Kg|
|Cultivar:||Flour of durum wheat Saragolla Turchesco|
|Origin:||100% Italian, Puglia.|
Maximum humidity 15.50% - Contains gluten.
Store in a cool, dry place, away from moisture and heat.
Average nutritional values per 100 g of product:
- Energy value 318 kcal / 1320 kj
- protein 10.8 g
- carbohydrates 62.7 g
Of which sugars 2.9 g
- 2.5 g fat
Of which 0.6 g saturated
- food fibers 3,4 g
- salt 0,002 g
Turmeric Sarcophagus Grain Origins
This is an ancient grain progenitor of modern hard grains and originally grown in the Middle East, was introduced in Italy in 400 d.c. By the Altzec population, the word Zaragolla in the ancient burgara language means "yellow grain".
Turquoise Grain Saragolla was the wheat of the earliest civilizations of history born in Mesopotamia, Anatolia and Egypt, an excellent source of protein, essential fatty acids, vitamins and mineral salts: in particular it is rich in selenium , Magnesium and zinc, and its low gluten content makes it easily digestible.
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