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  • SabasTeff

    I can't vouch for Freekeh or Farro on ethics or taste. However, Teff tends to have an chest nutty/ Hazelnut taste, depending on whether you go for brown, white or red teff. It has a slighlty gelatinous element making it easier to bind than other gluten free flours.
    In terms of ethics the Ethiopian government has ban exports since 2005 (approximately) due to fear of prices becoming unaffordable for locals. So most NOT all teff suppliers are from outside Ethiopia limiting the ethical dilemmas. However check with your supplier. I have an ethical brand that I sell on the following link http://sabashealthfoods.com.au/products/sabas-teff-flour.
    Happy to provide paperwork on request!