Organic Lineseed Dinkel Breadsticks

ehor Organic Lineseed Dinkel Breadsticks

This blend of organic dinkel and organic lineseed provides a healthy snack with outstanding health benefits and strong pleasant taste. The attractive, reddish-brown seeds enhance the texture and nutrition of the breadsticks. Ideal for breakfast will help you feel fuller for longer.  

INGREDIENTS: Dinkel (Spelt)*, Wheat Flour (39%)*, Water, Sesame*, Lineseed (16%)*, Olive Oil*, Baking Powder*, Sugar*

CONTAINS: Spelt* and Sesame Seeds*  

Retail Box 200gr / Packaging contains 15 breadsticks /  *Product of organic farming.

Nutrition Facts

Per 100 gr

Per Breadstick (13 gr)

Energy

2010 kJ / 480 kcal

261.3 kJ/ 62.4 kcal (3.1 %)

Fat

26.9 g

3.5 g (5 %)

of which - saturates

4.25 g

0.55 g (2.8 %)

Carbohydrate

52.9 g

6.88 g (2.7 %)

of which - sugars

1.55 g

0.20 g (0.22 %)

Protein

14.2 g

1.85 g (3.7 %)

Salt

0.61 g

0.08 g (1.32 %)

 

 

ETYMOLOGY / ANTIQUITY

DINKEL FLOUR / SPELT : Old English spelt, perhaps an early borrowing from Late Latin spelta "spelt" (c.400, noted as a foreign word), Late Latin name for "spelt," from Greek zeia. Germans have been calling it "dinkle."

LINSEED: It has originated as a widespread crop throughout the Mediterranean, spreading from the Greek world all the way to India.

They used it as food by the ancient Greeks and Romans, whilst Hippocrates knew the demulcent properties of linseed. An infusion of the seeds has long been given as Linseed tea for soothing a sore chest or throat in severe catarrh, or pulmonary complaints. Also the crushed seed is used for making poultices.

Traditional uses of linseed oil were also described by Dioscorides, the Greek physician who wrote his ‘’De Materia Medica’’ in the first century A.D., which served for centuries as the most important source for medical prescriptions throughout the Roman Empire. According to Dioscorides, flax seeds were used mainly for dispersing and softening internal and external inflammations.

 

 

USAGE

STORAGE

·         Store in a cool, dry area, keep tightly covered after opening.

·         Storage time shown is for best quality only – after that, the breadsticks’ texture, color or flavour may change, but in most cases they will still be safe to consume if they have been stored properly.

·         Please see ‘’best before" on commercial packaging.