CREEKUL1- I found freekeh at our local food coop and it was reasonably priced, so I will probably stick with that. I made a batch yesterday for cabbage rolls in the crockpot today. I sampled and really enjoyed the flavor. The big test will be the families reaction tonight :) Thank you for posting about it.
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Your welcome! FYI, so far I'm finding it's cheapest to buy direct from the company, I found in 2 local stores at just over $5 for one package; If you buy a case of 6 via the link below it's only 21.95 for 6 that's about 3.65 per package and a big savings.
Of course it's probably best to buy 1 at the higher prices when you first try it, but if you like it as much as I did you should consider buying in bulk :-) The flavor I tested was Tamari but I just ordered a mixed case so will try the other two flavors next :-)
I tried some of this just this week and really liked it a lot. I liked it much better than Quinoa or brown rice. It has a lot of nutrients and it's very filling. It's NOT gluten free so if that matters to you it's probably not right for you
I'm thinking of dumping rice from my menus and using this instead. Not sure if it all is but at least this brand is also Non-GMO: http://www.freekeh-foods.com/what-freekeh
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