Celtic wheat of Haute Provence

[Called the “rice” of Haute Provence, it is the ancestor of modern wheat, traditionally cultivated since Antiquity. Fit for our dry, poor and calcareous land, it is sown alternatively with aromatic plants. Haute Provence’s Celtic wheat is protected, since 2010 by the IGP label..

Sown in September, harvested eleven months later, it has to be hulled before its consumption.

Celtic wheat husk :

During its transformation, the husk is removed and used as stuff for pillows.