Organic Teff Flour


NaturevibeBotanicals

EO-DSLC-TMQJ

142 In Stock

Regular price $20.99
Teff Flour is an ancient grain from Ethiopia and Eritrea, and comprises the staple grain of their cuisines. Ground into flour, teff is used to make the traditional bread, injera: a flat, pancake-like, fermented bread that complements their exotic spices. Most grains don't offer Vitamin C, but teff is an...
  • Teff Flour is an ancient grain from Ethiopia and Eritrea, and comprises the staple grain of their cuisines. Ground into flour, teff is used to make the traditional bread, injera: a flat, pancake-like, fermented bread that complements their exotic spices.
  • Most grains don't offer Vitamin C, but teff is an excellent source. Plus, according to the Whole Grains Council, teff is high in resistant starch.
  • Teff (also spelled tef or t'ef) is the staple grain of Ethiopia. Packed with protein, calcium, and iron, tef is also one of the gluten-free grains, along with amaranth, buckwheat, millet, and quinoa. In fact, one cup of cooked tef contains as much iron as the USDA recommends for adults in one day.
  • It is the world's smallest grain; one kernel is the size of a poppy seed. Like other grains, it's high in carbs (a half cup has 128 calories, 1 gram of fat, 25 grams of carbs, and 5 grams of protein). ... Ethiopian runners most often eat teff as injera, a sourdough bread made from teff flour, or as porridge.
  • Teff is a fine grain—about the size of a poppy seed—that comes in a variety of colors, from white and red to dark brown. It is an ancient grain from Ethiopia and Eritrea, and comprises the staple grain of their cuisines. Ground into flour, teff is used to make the traditional bread, injera: a flat, pancake-like, fermented bread that complements their exotic spices.