How do I cook teff?
There are a number of ways you can cook teff – it all comes down to personal preference and what you’re using it for. Have a look at our How to page which gives you a step-by-step guide to preparing the grain.
Because it’s yum! It’s also high in protein & calcium, high in resistant starch, packed with iron, magnesium, potassium, manganese and it’s 100% gluten free. What’s not to love? Read more about the nutritional benefits of teff.
Because Teff Tribe offers the biggest – and dare we say the best – range of teff products in the market. Our teff is ethically sourced and stone-milled here in Australia to ensure the highest quality.
Yes. And to make sure, our teff grain and flour is endorsed by the Coeliac Society.
Yes. According to Monash University, teff is low FODMAP at 2/3 cup (100g or 3.53oz) serves (Monash University App, 2015).
We currently work with a number of Fair Trade farms in South Africa, Israel, Netherlands and Australia to source the very best teff grain to bring back to Australia for packaging and stone-milling. We are also working with local famers in Australia to develop a stable crop supply closer to home.
Nutritionally, nothing. They do however have a slightly different flavour profile. Brown teff has a rich and robust, earthy, hazelnutty flavour. Ivory teff is more mild, with a slightly sweet chestnut-like flavour. It’s too hard to pick a favourite!
Absolutely! Teff Tribe is a leading supplier of teff products to the wholesale market.
We currently offer our entire product range in bulk supply. For more information on bulk sizing, prices and logisitics, please contact us at email@example.com