All grains have carbs so the best option for a low carb eating plan is to choose whole grains over highly processed ones. That way you get all the nutritional benefits of the grain, rather than just the high starch of refined grains.
Which grains are paleo friendly?
No grains are on the Paleo food list. The Paleo diet focuses on only eating foods that our pre-agricultural anscestors consumed.
What grains are gluten free?
Grains that are naturally gluten free include rice, buckwheat, millet, teff, maize/corn, amaranth, quinoa and sorghum. The grains that do contain gluten which should be avoided by people on gluten-free eating plans are Rye, Barley, Oats, Wheat and varieties of wheat like Spelt, Kamut, Freekah and Triticale).
How long does bulk grain last?
Most bulk dried grains have a shelf life of 12 – 18 months depending on the variety. This also relies on the grains being correctly stored in an airtight container, away from direct sunlight and and in a cool place. Refrigeration is recommended in warm climates (again, in an airtight container). Please see the use-by date on our in-store product label for each batch.
How do I store bulk grain?
The best way to store bulk dried grains is in an airtight container, away from direct sunlight and and in a cool place. Refrigeration is recommended in warm climates (again, in an airtight container).
What is organic grain?
Organic grain is grain that has been grown and processed using authorised organic practices which prohibit the use of synthetic fertilisers, pesticides, herbicides and fungicides. To be classed as organic, the grain must have an internationally recognised Organic Certification.