Sorghum is high in resistant starch, and has more abundant and diverse phenolic compounds than many other cereals. This antioxidant activity may partly explain the reduced incidence of certain cancers in populations consuming sorghum. The first archaelogical remnants of wild sorghum, found in the Upper Nile, date back to 8,000BC. Sorghum is still widely grown in Africa, Asia, Central and North America. It’s used to make flatbreads in many parts of Asia and Africa, a type of tortilla in Central Asia, and a porridge in various food cultures. In China sorghum flour is used to make noodles and breads. Apparently, it makes a good brew too!
Sorghum is naturally gluten-free. Stored and packed in a separate room. Milled on dedicated gluten-free mills. Please note however that our products are NOT certified gluten or allergen free.
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DELIVERY OR COLLECTION
Available for posting.
Also available for collection at the Castlemaine, Lancefield and Woodend Monthly Farmer's Markets. If you can't collect from one of the Markets, just get in touch and we'll make a plan.
Milled from Australian grown grain. Conventionally grown.