Kamut


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Ka·mut

 (kä′mo͞ot′)
A trademark for an ancient variety of durum wheat.
Translations
kamut
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I asked, to which he replied that he likes to make Kamut because of its 'nice, spongy texture.
Work grains, such as sorghum, kamut and wild rice, into broth-based soups.
The various botanical mixes contained wheat, barley, oat and kamut grasses; alfalfa; fruit, vegetable, and various plant extracts and powders; coconut seeds; spirulina; apple fiber; sprouted barley malt; and whole leaf wheat grass powder.
All forms of wheat, including bulgur wheat, durum, kamut, semolina, einkorn, spelt, and wheat berries, contain gluten.
Ahora tambien encontrarias leche de kamut al cacao que acabo de descubrir y me encanta.
Gluten is not only found in wheat, barley, and rye, but also whole grain foods related to wheat, including bulgur, farro, kamut, spelt.
Only the gluten in wheat, rye, and barley causes gluten-related symptoms, but it is found in a variety of derivative products, such as spelt, kamut, triticale, couscous, bulgar, faro, matzo flour, and other grains as well.
Objects made for ceremonies may be sold after their use, for example the Tubuan Kamut Mut masks collected by the Queensland Art Gallery from the National Mask Festival, Kokopo, East New Britain in 2011 and subsequently displayed in the Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art 7 in 2012.
Marcato also introduced the Marga Grain Mill--which can easily process oats, barley, rye, wheat, spelt, kamut, rice and buckwheat--and is adjustable for course, medium, or finely ground flour, plus six different sizes for cereal flakes.
Plus, just as you finally learnt how to pronounce quinoa, a new family of supergrains is introduced, such as farro, amaranth and kamut, thanks to a new book, Power Grains (Ryland, Peters & Small).
Khorasan (also known as Kamut, a brand name for organically grown Khorasan wheat developed by an organic farm in Montana) is related to durum, but it's higher in protein.