5 kg White Teff

£18.99 inc VAT

Teff (Eragrostis tef), is traditionally cultivated in Ethiopia and Eritrea, where it is consumed as a staple grain. It is mainly used to make injera, a traditional fermented pancake. Teff is becoming more popular around the world, as the nutritional value, high productivity and resiliency of the plant become more known. Like most other ancient grains, teff is super nutritious.
As Habesha I am extremely proud by the staple food choice of our forefathers. Teff is compacted with numerous advantages. It is low on the carbon. Some even dare to call it carb-free for the fact that the starch that is found inside teff is resistant-starch which is not easily digestible immediately after ingestion. One of the drawbacks of wheat is after consumption it readily releases glucose in our body there by increase the amount of sugar in the blood.
Teff has got vitamin c that you would not find in any of the grains. It is loaded with minerals and vitamins and it has a much-needed fibre for the body. It has got almost all type of protein inside this tinny seed. All in all, when the UN crown it as the new "supper grain" without any exaggeration it got its deserved place in the grain world.
Recently in an article I wrote about teff, a women commented "why are we (Ethiopia and Eritrea) then famine-stricken nations" to which I responded "had it not been for teff I doubt we would make it during those difficult days". And it is entirely true because for one teff is nutritionally very rich and it is also one of the most drought resistant grains ever.
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100% White Teff

Health benefits of teff flour

Naturally gluten-free. Gluten is a group of proteins in wheat and several other grains that gives dough its elastic...
High in dietary fiber. Teff flour packs up to 12.2 grams of dietary fiber per 3.5 ounces (100 grams). ... Women and men...
Rich in iron. Incredibly, some research reports iron values as high as 80 mg in 3.5 ounces (100 grams) of teff, or 444%...
Lower glycemic index than wheat products. The glycemic index (GI) indicates how much a food raises blood sugar.