It sounds promising. How can I get some into my diet?
Freekeh is a versatile grain. You can substitute it in any recipe calling for quinoa, rice or even pasta. It’s beginning to appear in boxed form on shelves next to other specialty grains, and can also usually be found in the self-serve bins in upmarket grocery stores like Whole Foods or Sprouts.
Freekeh pairs well with fresh citrus, as well as herbs, salty cheeses and even natural sugars like honey. As such, the internet is full of approachable freekeh recipes like salads, or creative breakfast preparations akin to oatmeal. Best of all, you can effortlessly cook freekeh in a rice cooker. Just make sure you use the brown rice setting.