Farm to Fellas’ Multigrain Flour is power packed with the goodness of 5 grains, making it one of the healthiest food items to include in your diet. This nutritious and fiber packed flour is made using a mix of whole wheat, jowar, bajra, moong dal and chana in optimum proportions to help you get the most out of a variety of grains and pulses. The versatility of this flour is what makes it stand apart and it can be used to make a number of delicious dishes - the limit is your imagination!
Along with having a unique smell and taste, the addition of these traditional grains complements whole wheat flour and enhances its nutritional content while also enabling it to retain the physical properties of wheat flour, making it easier to incorporate in a number of dishes.
We at Farm to Fellas, take immense pride in being a part of the very few people aimed at bringing the experience of pure, hygienic and responsibly procured products from our farms to your dining tables. Our unyielding commitment to using traditional techniques boasts of the hard work put in by our dedicated farmers and villagers, especially rural women, rather than the mechanically processed items that fill the shelves of markets today. Our efforts are directed towards empowering the ones growing our food and ensuring they get a fair price for their relentless toil.
Wheat, Barley (Jau), Sorghum (Jowar), Black chickpeas, Pearl Millet (Bajra), Green Lentils (Moong beans)
The 6 super grains namely, Wheat, Barley (Jau), Sorghum (Jowar), Black Gram, Pearl Millet (Bajra) and Green lentils (Moong beans) are sourced from our farm where they are grown via organic methods of farming. The grains are then cleaned and sorted to collect only the best ones and to remove all the other impurities. These are then ground using the traditional stone grinding process which helps in retaining the maximum amount of nutrients, thereby giving it a characteristic taste and texture. The flours thus obtained are mixed in the most optimum proportion to give you the healthiest and the most delicious multigrain flour there is.
Multigrain flour has recently gained popularity due to its enhanced nutritional value and health benefits. What might come as a surprise to you is that our forefathers used to mix 2-3 grains and grind it to make flour that has the benefits of not one but a carefully curated mix of traditional grains.
Wheat: Whole wheat flour is rich in Phosphorus, a major mineral which works closely with Calcium to build your bones. It is a rich source of Vitamin B1, essential for glucose metabolism and keeps you energetic throughout the day and is also a powerful antioxidant which helps the body fight toxins. It also has a good amount of Iron and thus helps fight anaemia.
Barley (Jau): Barley packs lignans, a group of antioxidants linked to a lower risk of cancer and heart disease. It has a higher fibre content which keeps the digestive system healthy. Further, the beta-glucans found in barley have been shown to reduce “bad” LDL cholesterol by binding to bile acids. It is rich in Magnesium and hence aids in insulin production.
Sorghum (Jowar): Jowar is one of the best flours for those with a diabeties. It is loaded with good amounts of calcium, copper, zinc, phosphorous, potassium and cell-building B vitamins. It is also a rich source of proteins and fibres, which further aid in weight loss and regulating bowel movement.
Black Chickpeas: Higher fibre content helps in reducing cholesterol levels. It is digested slowly and thus prevents sudden rise in blood sugar level. The presence of manganese helps to fight aging, prevent wrinkles and also improves hair health.
Pearl Millet: One of the best sources for plant-based protein, as it contains almost 14% protein. Loaded with both soluble and insoluble fibre, it lowers cholesterol and regulates the bowel. Being a rich source of antioxidants, it offers protection against diseases such as cancer, arthritis, diabetes, etc.
Green Lentils: Replete with plant based protein, it is a rich source of polyphenols that fight against harmful agents in the body. Loaded with adequate amounts of Iron and folic acid that helps keep anaemia at bay. The presence of fibre exhibits a number of protective benefits.