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Saltå Kvarn Havrekross EKO KRAV - Crushed Oats ECO 550g
Havrekross EKO KRAV - Oat crusher ECO 550g
Saltå Kvarn'soat crusher is made from Swedish organic whole oats that have been cut into pieces, also called "steel cut oats". Porridge cooked on oat groats becomes plump and has a wonderful chewing resistance. If you mix it into the dough when baking, the bread will be juicier and tastier.
Ingredients: Organic whole OATS* that have been cut into pieces *KRAV-organic ingredient
Nutritional value per 100g:
Havrekross EKO KRAV - Haferquetsche ECO 550g
Die Havrekross von Saltå Kvarn besteht aus schwedischen Bio-Vollhaferflocken, die in Stücke geschnitten wurden, auch als "Steel Cut Oats" bekannt. Haferbrei, der aus Haferkörnern zubereitet wird, wird schön aufgequollen und hat einen wunderbaren Kauwiderstand. Wenn Sie es in den Teig beim Backen einmischen, wird das Brot saftiger und schmackhafter.
Zutaten: Bio-Vollkorn-HAFER*, der in Stücke geschnitten wurde. *KRAV-Bio-Zutat
Nährwertangaben pro 100 g:
Energie: 1600 Kilojoule / 380 Kilokalorien Fett: 7 g Gesättigtes Fett: 1,1 g Kohlenhydrate: 64 g Zucker: 1,1 g Ballaststoffe: 8 g Protein: 10 g Salz: 0,01 g Thiamin: 0,29 Milligramm Phosphor: 360 Milligramm Magnesium: 110 Milligramm Eisen: 3,43 Milligramm Zink: 2,6 Milligramm
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