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Stone Grounded Sharbati Wheat Flour

Regular price Rs. 65.00
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The sustainable Sharbati Wheat is grown in Alampura village, Madhya Pradesh. When harvested, grains are sun dried and stone grounded in small batches. It has no chemical, additives, color or aroma. 

INFORMATION-

The most premium 'wheat' grain of India, Sharbati is also called the 'Golden Grain'. This is one of the best wheat flour in India, grinded by natural stones and is single filtered to retain its nutrition content and fiber. It is sweeter in taste than other wheat varieties of India. 

P.S- We often start preparing this product after we receive order so that you get fresh flour every time you order. It also sustains more on your kitchen shelves. 

USAGE-

Widely used in making Chapati, Breads across the globe. Products made from Sharbati have sweeter taste and better texture. The dough prepared by this organic Sharbati Wheat Flour remains soft even after refrigeration.  

STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS-

Sharbati flour can easily be stored for up to 3 months in an airtight container at ambient temperatures. 

BENEFITS-

Extremely rich in Magnesium, Organic Sharbati Wheat Flour when consumed, aids more than 300 enzymes in the body to use insulin and glucose secretion. Consequently, this helps in blood sugar control.  It is, therefore, a safe wheat to intake, for Type 2 diabetics patients.

 

Frequently asked questions-

Q1- Why this flour is expensive as compared to other flours available in market?

A1- Firstly, this flour is prepared grinding the sustainably grown Sharbati Wheat only. Secondly, natural/raw stones are used to prepare this best organic atta in India. These stones rotate at very low RPM, without generating heat in the flour, saving all nutrition. Natural/raw stones' grinding yield is less as compared to emery (synthetic) stones, and they are very difficult to maintain.

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