Flour Tsampa Sonams Barley Demeter, 250g
Sonam's Tsampa Demeter flour made from roasted naked barley
Tsampa is the main staple food in Tibet. These are grains (in the case of Sonam's Tsampa barley) that are first carefully roasted and ground and then prepared in different ways with plant milk, tea or vegan yoghurt - sweetened or salted, consistently or as a thin paste. Tsampa can also be cooked (e.g. a kind of polenta or soup). The preparation time is short because tsampa is made from roasted barley and is therefore no longer raw.
The story behind tsampa flour
The Tibetan woman Sonam Dölma produced her traditional staple food Tsampa together with her mother for many years until she decided to produce it for interested non-Tibetans. This is mainly because many Westerners who once stayed in the Himalayas or Tibet raved about the tsampa after their return. Others read about this staple food, which is so popular among Tibetans, in books about Tibet and wanted to try it out for themselves. So Sonam Dölma decided to produce Tsampa.
cool and dry
** = Demeter extension
does not contain: eggs, peanuts, fish, crustaceans, lupine, milk, nuts, celery, mustard, sesame, soy, molluscs, lactose
contain: gluten, barley
no: sulfur dioxide and sulfites> 10mg / kg
Traces possible: spelled, oats, wheat
Nutritional values per 100g
||1485 kJ / 352 kcal
|- Saturated Fat
|- of which sugar