So what does eating a pure form of wheat mean for your penne pesto? Not much. Einkorn pasta tastes like other whole wheat pastas. It has a slightly reddish appearance, but cooks and tastes like other high quality whole wheat pasta you may have tried. However, there is some research that suggests that this more pure form of wheat is tolerable to people who have a wheat sensitivity and even those with celiac disease. Bottom line, I think the history behind einkorn is compelling and it can't hurt to choose purest forms of the food we eat over modified versions, but don't expect it to transform your spaghetti and meatballs.
Have you tried einkorn pasta?
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