Petit épeautre shrank - Organic - Les jardins de Sainte Hildegarde
(€13.00 / Kilo)
Little pearl spelled represents the cereal that has had the cuticle removed. This ancestor of wheat can be used like rice or be used for making quenelles or pancakes. Appreciated in summer salad this cereal is very nourishing and digestible, it can also be added to soups.
Organic pearl spelled comes from the Jardins de Sainte Hildegarde, it is unhybrid and of very high quality.
Organic pearl small spelled
Supplier: The gardens of Sainte Hildegarde
Ingredients: Polished grain of organic small spelled - Triticum dicoccum
Average nutritional value per 100g
Energy (kJ) / (kcal): 1472/352
Fat (g): 1.7
Carbohydrates (g): 71
of which sugars (g): 1.1
Proteins (g): 14
Net Weight: 500g
Made in France
This Pearled Organic Small Spelled comes from the Jardins de Sainte Hildegarde, it is non-hybridized and of very high quality.
Cooking method: pour the pearl spelled in salted boiling water and cook for 20 minutes
Who are Les Jardins d´Hildegarde
The activity "Les Jardins d´Hildegarde" started in 1992 when certain books of the work of Saint Hildegard of Bingen were translated into French and when a group of Christians decided to make them known. The research, the insight, the creativity and the tenacity of the founders made it possible to establish a know-how to realize and make available the raw materials and the basic preparations indicated by Saint Hildegard.
This essentially artisanal activity had no chance of subsisting without a minimum of rationalization and modern logistical arrangements based on rigorous management.
This task was undertaken in early 1999 by Claude and Marie France DELPECH who set up the company at their home in Auteuil le Roi in Yvelines.
The significant results of the beginnings, the help, the friendship and the encouragement of Hildegard's friends have allowed us to set up an operational and effective tool to meet the growing demand of people who seek deep well-being at the same time. spiritual and physical.
Because an answer is given by the magnificent and surprisingly current visions which benefited Saint Hildegard of Bingen.
In 2014 our installation became too cramped. To continue to meet the ever-increasing demand, we had to expand. This was not possible in the Yvelines.
Obviously Saint Hildegarde was waiting for us in Périgord! As soon as the decision was taken in the spring of 2014, the project proceeded "drum beating" in a fluid manner and without major difficulties.
We settled in Coux et Bigaroque in August 2015 in spacious premises specially designed for our manufacturing and processing activity.