Bio Porridge 5 Cereal Spells Mom has an even better composition!
Helpa – porridge Czary Mamy -ecological, Polish ! Only cereals and nothing more!
Porridge for real gourmets. It gives a huge boost of energy and nutrients from five Polish cereals. Each of these groats has a high content of vitamin E, which is especially recommended for pregnant women, because it corresponds to, among others for the proper development of the child’s vision, but also for the overall development of the baby during pregnancy. Barley is also responsible for improving intestinal peristalsis and helps with problems associated with anemia. Bio cereal 5 porridge is a collection of the best Polish groats, which largely covers the daily demand for fiber, protein and carbohydrates.
Spelt is an ancient species of wheat, already known in antiquity. The Romans considered it a food that gives strength, which is why it was consumed by gladiators and participants of the games. Currently, there is a fashion for spelt, its products are very popular and numerous medicinal properties are attributed to them. However, it is grown on a small scale, mainly on organic farms. It contains more protein, unsaturated fatty acids, vitamins and minerals than common wheat. At the same time, it is easily digestible and easily absorbed. Spelled gluten is also better tolerated by our body than wheat gluten.
We use only Schwabenkorn, Frankenkorn and Oberkulmer Rotkorn varieties.
Oats began to be cultivated relatively late, about 2,5 years ago. Initially, it was a weed in wheat and barley. Currently, it is one of the most popular cereals – grown both in Europe, North America and Western Asia. Unfortunately, the food sector manages only 2% of the world’s harvest. The nutritional and energy value of oats is relatively high – it contains a lot of protein, 3-<> times more good fats than other cereals and B vitamins. Noteworthy is also the highest content of soluble fiber among groats -glucan, regulating intestinal function.
Millet is one of the oldest cultivated plants; the first records of its cultivation come from ancient China. The period of greatest use in European countries, including Poland, falls on the years preceding the Second World War.
Today, millet groats have returned to our tables and it is not without reason that it has been hailed as the queen of groats. It is easily digestible, delicate and gluten-free. Among all groats, it contains the most iron and silicon, improving the condition of hair, skin, nails and joints.
Buckwheat was first grown in Asia, mainly in China, and the beginning of its sowing is estimated at the turn of the fifth and sixth centuries AD. Buckwheat belongs to pseudocereals, that is, it is not a cereal, but a plant. In recent times, despite the small soil requirements, buckwheat was grown very rarely. Today, however, it is experiencing a renaissance due to the increasingly common food allergies, including gluten intolerance. Buckwheat is a source of valuable biologically active compounds and active substances. The protein contained in buckwheat kernels is rich in unique amino acids – lysine and methionine, which our body does not produce itself.
Rye comes from Asia Minor, but is mainly grown in Europe: north-eastern, eastern and central. Poland ranks second in its global production. Rye is the most resistant cereal – it can be grown on all types of soils, and its quality does not significantly affect yields. It contains gluten, but less than wheat.
Mom’s Spells porridges are porridges that are not an instant product.
Natural cereals included in their composition, carefully selected and properly crushed, require only 2-3 minutes of cooking.
Thanks to our efforts, we have received an ideal product – quick to prepare but at the same time retaining nutritional value. We recommend our porridges to families looking for natural food that is both convenient and quick to prepare
Thanks to the Mom’s Spells porridge, every mother can become a sorceress, creating a meal full of nutritional value and taste in three minutes. The product is not a product for particular nutritional uses.
Pour slowly two tablespoons of porridge. Bring to a boil, stirring all the time until a uniform consistency and cook for 2-3 minutes.
The nutritional value of the product in 100 g: energy value 1482 kJ/351 kcal, 3.4g fat, saturated fatty acids 0,6g, Carbohydrates 63 g, of which sugars 2,9 g, 13 g protein, Fiber 9,3g, Salt 0,01 g
Net weight: 200g