Long known in Germany only as the “little seed on hamburger buns”, sesame seeds have always played a big part in Asian and African cuisine. The herbaceous plant, which is one of the oldest oil plants, is rich in unsaturated fatty acids and minerals like calcium and magnesium. They are an excellent s
Linseed is one of the oldest cultivated plants in the world and not only impresses thanks to its special nutrient profile. Its healing properties were also valued in the past. The very special pure linseed grains are a treat when raw, but can also be softened in water or ground. They are delicious i
With this superfood it’s all about the inner values: with a nutrient profile of valuable Omega-3 fatty acids, protein and fibre, the odourless and tasteless chia seeds are a natural supplement in your everyday diet. The seeds were valued by the Mayans and Aztecs as an energy source because of this.
Fine maize grits, also better known as polenta, can be enjoyed in many ways, such as a creamy porridge, with added parmesan, or cooled and sliced with various toppings. This Mediterranean speciality is an essential element in any antipasti buffet!
Millet is one of the oldest varieties of grain and was a common food staple in Germany before the potato was introduced. It is currently enjoying its comeback as a healthy ingredient in creative cooking. The gluten-free grain cooks quickly and can be served as a side dish or salad.
Green spelt, i.e. the spelt grain harvested early before it has ripened, is now a popular meat substitute especially in vegetarian cooking. However, green spelt has long been valued as a nourishing ingredient in soups and stews.
In culinary terms, barley is best known as an ingredient in beer. Along with einkorn and emmer wheat, this is the first cereal that was deliberately grown and cultivated by humans. The little grains enrich stews and soups, but also make an excellent addition to salads or an unusual side dish, such a
Buckwheat groats is not a very well-known dish in Germany. Travel just a few 100 km to the east though, and things look very different: in Russia or the Ukraine, buckwheat is prepared like rice and is then served as a “main character” similar to a risotto or a side dish with meat and is a popular me
Mmmmm... our warm and creamy organic cocoa porridge is pure soul food for any chocolate lover, and you can make it even better day after day: whether you add walnuts, nut butter or soft fruit – the possibilities are endless! It goes without saying that our porridge is free from any flavourings and c