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Calories, kcal: 274 Protein, g: 12.8 Fat, g: 2.1 Carbohydrates, g: 54.5
Triticale is a cereal, a hybrid of rye and wheat. Triticale has increased frost resistance (more than that of winter wheat), resistance against fungal and viral diseases, reduced demands on soil fertility, and contains a lot of protein in the grain. In the USSR, wheat-rye hybrids have been produced since the 1920s.
Caloric content of triticale
The calorie content of triticale is 274 kcal per 100 grams of product.
The high nutritional value of triticale is provided by protein, which is rich in amino acids. The protein also contains essential substances such as lysine, valine, threonine, glycine, arginine and others.
Triticale contains a large amount of phosphorus, potassium, copper, zinc, calcium, sodium, iron, manganese (calorizer). Vitamins: B, PP, E.
Useful properties of triticale
Due to the optimal content of nutrients in triticale, groats are perfect for those who lead a healthy lifestyle, go in for sports, as well as in medical nutrition, for children and the elderly.
The dietary properties allow the hybrid to be consumed by people who monitor their figure.
Contraindications for triticale
Perhaps the only contraindication to the use of triticale is the individual intolerance to the product.
Triticale in cooking
Triticale is popular among pastry chefs; cakes, muffins, cakes, bread, rolls, rolls are made from cereal flour. This culture is used not only in cooking, but even for the production of environmentally friendly fuels.