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We are here to emphasise need of looking after the Soil.
Taking care of our Mother Earth. In simple way. On daily routines.
We would like to share our own experience in running organic farm which specialise in Ancient Grain and self production of super healthy products.

Due to this approach – intention is fulfilled: soil is taken care, relationships with neighbourhood are supporting and strong, farm can evolve and products can be distributed to others. Thanks to that – all aspects are included: healthy way of life, abundance of food and products are available, financial wise farm is stable, family and community is supported.


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Einkorn (Tritium monococcum) is a diploid species (2n=14 chromosomes). Is an ancient grain cultivated in Europe over 7,000 years ago. It returns to our Earths, thanks to the growing interest.

This cereal is unique already at the level of DNA structure. It has a very simple, even primitive structure: it contains 14 chromosomes. For comparison: wheat, which is mass-grown, usually contains between 50 and 150 chromosomes! The reason for this is, among other things, the mixing of grasses in nature, but also the genetic manipulations in laboratories that took place as early as the 1970s. Therefor nowadays farmers may use one of hounders (it could already be nearly 1000! ) different, manipulated wheats.

Einkorn is increasingly used in the diet of people with gluten intolerance, because the gliadins contained in it show low toxicity. This ancient cereal is characterised by an exceptionally high content of dietary fiber and a sufficient amount of antioxidants that inhibit cancer and cell ageing. Einkorn contains valuable macro and micro elements, nutrients and vitamins, which makes it considered a medicinal plant. The research results of the University of Warmia and Mazury (former Agricultural and Technical University) show that einkorn is exceptionally rich in carotenoids and vitamin A. Compared to common wheat, einkorn contains 35 times more of it and four times more B-carotene and lutein – substances, which protects the eyes from harmful solar radiation.


EINKORN is also…

… rich in nutrients – proteins, lipids, B vitamins and minerals: iron, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, manganese. The most valuable are the ideal proportions of substances contained in its entire interior, so it is worth eating the whole grain, without “sieving”, i.e. separating what is closer to the center of the grain from what is on its edges. It is rich in protein and essential amino acids that affect the functioning nervous system, thyroid and adrenal hormones and are helpful in the treatment of depression. It contains B-carotene (that is why flour has orange’ish colour) and lutein – substances, which protects the eyes from harmful solar radiation.



Emmer wheat or hulled wheat is a type of awned wheat. Emmer is a tetraploid (4n = 4x = 28 chromosomes). The domesticated types are Triticum turgidum subsp. dicoccum and Triticum turgidum conv. durum.
Along with einkorn wheat, emmer was one of the first crops domesticated in the Near East. It was widely cultivated in the ancient world, but is now a relict crop in mountainous regions of Europe and Asia.

Emmer is considered a type of farro food especially in Italy.

Wild emmer grows wild in the Near East. It is a tetraploid wheat formed by the hybridization of two diploid wild grasses, Triticum urartu, closely related to wild einkorn, and an as yet unidentified Aegilops species related to spelt family.

Botanists Körnicke and Aaronsohn in the late 19th-century were the first to describe the wild emmer (Triticum dicoccoides) native to Land of Israel and adjacent countries. Earlier, in 1864, the Austrian botanist Kotschy had collected specimens of the same wild emmer, without signifying where he had collected them.

Although cultivated in ancient Egypt, its cultivation for human consumption in Israel in recent history is not known, perhaps owing to the difficulty with which the chaff is separated from the seed kernels, formerly requiring the spikes to be pounded with mortar and pestle.

There is scientific evidence that emmer is great for diabetics as it has the ability to lower blood sugar levels. It has complex carbs that can boost your immunity. It is thus, a great grain for children, adults and senior citizens. Also: gluten molecule is weak and is thus suitable for people with gluten intolerance.