Trinity Porridge

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Description

This whole grain cereal is fresh cracked to preserve the oils naturally found in the germ (most whole grains sitting on the store shelf are in some state of rancidity as the mono and polyunsaturated oils start to oxidize soon after exposure to air).

Three of the most ancient wheats are used to make this cereal.

Einkorn https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Einkorn_wheat

Emmer https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emmer

Kamut https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khorasan_wheat#Trademark_Kamut

Its is sold in 4 ounce increments (1 cup).

Trinity Porridge

Serves 3-4
Prep time 12 hours
Cook time 5 minutes
Total time 12 hours, 5 minutes
Allergy Wheat
Dietary Vegetarian
Meal type Breakfast
Misc Serve Hot

Ingredients

Cereal

  • 4oz Trinity Wheat Meal

Note

One cup of dried cereal (1/4 (4 oz.) of a pound) will make about 3 - 4 cups of cooked cereal.

½-1 cup makes a good serving.

Leftover cereal can be refrigerated and reheated in a microwave.

Fresh cracked grains should be use with 2 weeks of purchase.

 

Directions

Step 1
The ratio is 1 part cereal to 2 parts water.
Step 2
Soak overnight, this allows naturally occurring yeast and bacteria to break down the ant-nutrients and carbohydrates (you might notice a slight sour taste to the finished cereal). You can add some dried fruit to the soaking grain, increase the water proportionally (1/4 fruit to 1/2 - ¾ of a cup of water).
Step 3
The next morning, add some cinnamon/nutmeg/allspice about 1-3 teaspoons (to taste) per cup (4 oz) of dried cereal. Add salt to taste, about ½-1 teaspoon per cup of dried cereal.
For a change try adding flax seed, quinoa, dried fruit or nuts. Increase the water accordingly at about 1:2 ratio.
Step 4
Bring the mixture to a slight boil and reduce to low. Add water as needed to maintain the desired consistency.
Step 5
Cook 5 to 10 minutes. At the end add some milk, honey, or fresh fruit.

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