Definition: - Kamut was cultivated in Egypt more than 4,000 years ago, the name itself comes from the ancient Egyptian word for "wheat". Kamut does contain gluten, but most people who are allergic or sensitive to wheat can tolerate it. Its grains look something like thick, slightly flattened Rice grains, and it has a nutty, almost buttery flavor.

Kamut Flour can be substituted for wheat Flour in most recipes. Combine cooked kamut with dried cranberries and feta Cheese for a quick cold salad, or use it as a base for pilafs.


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