Emmer flour is a fine whole grain flour, where 100% of the grain is used. Emmer is in the family of spelled flour and is one of the oldest cereals available. It is believed to be a cross between einkorn and a grass species called goat's eye. Emmer flour has a light yellow-brown color and can be used as the only flour for baking bread, but it requires the dough to be soft, and the bread must therefore be baked in molds. Emmer can be advantageously mixed with other flour before using it for baking. Emmer flour gives your bread a slightly dark glow, a bit like rye bread and has a lovely aromatic taste. The flour is ground on stone mills.