04746 Wheat Kamut Red White ORGANIC 45lbs. 6 gal. Bckt.
This is a SPECIAL blend of Kamut brand organic Khorasan wheat, organic hard red wheat and organic hard white wheat. Our supplier made a mistake at the grain elevator and accidentally combined these three grains! We have already baked with it, and it makes beautiful bread!
The proportions are approximately 50% Kamut, 25% red, and 25% white (but could vary).
It’s item 04746 on our retail site
Supplies are limited, and when this runs out there will be no more. If you look at the individual prices for Kamut, organic red and organic white wheats you will see that the price is very good. HOWEVER, through the end of this month, use discount code KRWO2017 to get a 10% discount while supplies last!
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Ezekiel Mix – Perfect for Food Storage
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