Spelt is a grain relative to the common wheat. It has a much harder outer kernel or hull than wheat, this helps protect the grain from pests and ensure that the kernel is fresh and flavorful when ground into flour.
Spelt is used to make matzo, breads, and pasta.
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Preparation and Use
Spelt flour can be used in any recipe that can be made with regular flour, with less liquids.