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Hanan
Saturday, February 23, 2013, 3:31pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Hi everybody,I live in Saudi Arabia we do not know what is spelt .
But we have wheat that grows on the wild without human interference,
Is that spelt ??
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I think it s very likely Emmer or einkorn.
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Thanks for your nice welcome Henriette, but I do not know what is emmer also!!  
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Very ancient wheat.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emmer

  


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Is this emmer ok with our blood type ??
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Emmer wheat is an avoid.  Spelt is also known as dinkel wheat,[2] or hulled wheat.  Do you have Essene (Manna) Bread around or sprouted wheat?  Check your Health Food Stores.


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Wild wheat can be a variety of different things. Here are some samples for around the Middle East.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/croptrust/4534604598/lightbox/

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Wild emmer (T. dicoccoides and T. araraticum) resulted from the hybridisation of a wild wheat, T. urartu, and an as yet unidentified goatgrass, probably similar to Ae. speltoides. Hexaploid wheats (e.g. T. aestivum and T. spelta) are the result of a hybridisation between a domesticated tetraploid wheat, probably T. dicoccum or T. durum, and another goatgrass, Ae. tauschii (also known as Ae. squarrosa).


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Any of the wild wheats are probably healthier choices than modern wheat, but I'm not sure that all have been specifically studied.


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