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  • CAYUGA PURE ORGANICS grows and sells an amazing product called freekeh, which is roasted unripe spelt berries.

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  • The Pluckemin menu is wide-ranging, including simple "Plucky Classics" like Burgers and Fish and Chips, and five- and six-ingredient items like a Wild Alaskan Halibut, Cayuga freekeh, clams, mussels, calamari and saffron jus.

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  • Perhaps the fastest up-and-comer in the ancient grain crowd, freekeh pronounced FREE-kah can be found in warm salads, risottos and pilafs.

    Get Your Freekeh On

  • At Pocantico Hills, N.Y., restaurant Blue Hill at Stone Barns, chef Dan Barber makes whole-grain crackers by puréeing cooked freekeh, spreading it paper-thin and slow baking it for about 2 hours.

    Get Your Freekeh On

  • They also liked cracked, parboiled, and roasted grains very similar to modern-day bulgur and freekeh.

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  • I find cooking freekeh to be a lot like cooking risotto.

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  • If you have a big wire-mesh strainer, dump the freekeh in it and rinse under running water.

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  • Big stockpot or Dutch oven 1. Soak the freekeh in cold water in a mixing bowl for 15 minutes.

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  • For an explanation of this unusual technique, see the freekeh recipe, page 341.

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  • And for me she made mlukhieh and freekeh, the green leafy stew and the roasted wheat with chicken that were rapidly becoming my new obsessions.

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