Premium, 100% traceable, Canadian-grown Red Spring Wheat Berries.
Our number one grade Hard Red Spring Wheat comes from Will Robbins in Laura, Saskatchewan.
High in protein, Red Spring wheat is the go-to grain for bread baking flour, but also cooks nicely for salads and soups. Red Spring wheat accounts for the majority of wheat grown in Canada — and has garnered a reputation internationally for its superior milling and baking qualities. Mill it, sprout it, soak it, or boil it whole.
To cook, combine 1 part Wheat Berries with 4 parts water. Bring to a boil and simmer for 45-60 minutes or, until tender but firm.
Wheat Berries are delicious in salads and as a porridge. Browse our favourite Wheat Berry recipes here.
To keep our products at their best, store in a sealed container in a cool, dark place.
Get our comprehensive Wheat Berries Cooking Guide, including how to get the best results in an Instant Pot, here.
Fantastic idea, company and product! Will definitely use again! Love the idea of supporting local farmers.
I didn't know these existed before seeing them on your website. I am so happy to have discovered these and really love consuming products that are grown in Canada. They cooked up very easily, didn't require any cleaning other than the usual rinsing after soaking. They are great in salads, soups and as a stuffing for squash. I took the time to cook, package and freeze the entire bag so I would have quick and easy access when needed.
Used milled berries to make a starter, looking forward to making some bread. Tough to find yeast anywhere right now.
I add a cup of presoaked wheat berries to my whole wheat bread. It adds a lot of delicious crunchiness. I pity the fool who does not do this.
The only product I have used so far. I cooked them in the Instant Pot and they turned out great. One of my favourite recipe sites is oh she glows, where I found a nice salad using fresh ingredients and cooked beans. Delivery was quick and they followed my instructions on the address to place product on back porch. So nice to be able to get Canadian products, and to read about the farm the products come from. Thanks