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Kamut contains about 30 percent more protein than other wheat-based grains, and with its naturally crunchy texture we figured it would be the perfect base for a healthy granola that won’t get soggy in milk. Walnuts add even more crunch to this granola, and dried apricots and agave provide sweetness.
What to buy: Rolled kamut flakes, not to be confused with kamut berries, can be found at health food stores, gourmet grocery stores, or online.
This recipe was featured as part of our story on Exotic Granola: Four New Versions That Don’t Use Oats.
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