Spelt is rich in fibre and low in calories. It contains a low glycemic index, protein, and phytic acid, which serves as an excellent antioxidant. Spelt aids digestion, diabetes, and high cholesterol. This cereal can be cooked in salads, soups, or in combination with legumes for a full-fledged meal.
Both the Ancient Greeks and Romans consumed barley bread and soups. Roman gladiators used barley for its energy content. This cereal aids digestive regularity, especially constipation, with its anti-inflammatory properties.
Polenta has a long and illustrious history which can be traced thousand years back. The puls was known to the Romans who obtained it by mixing water and cereal flour, which were then crushed and cooked. Given how popular it was, the puls can be compared to modern spaghetti, though polenta is the dish that actually descends from it.
Our polenta is made from semolina, or coarse particles of durum wheat flour. It will take five minutes of your time to cook the buononaturale polenta.