To obtain rye malt, grain is germinated, then it is dried, and then crushed to obtain a finer fraction. Sprouted cereals contain several times more nutrients that are so rich in malt. To preserve them in the final product, drying is carried out at low temperatures and pressures.
In fermented rye malt, germinated rye grain is used, which is fermented (fermentation period is up to 12 days), after which it is dried at low temperatures with a gradual increase to +70 degrees.
Rye malt is a source of vitamins, enzymes, and sugars that affect the rate of fermentation. Its dosage in an amount from 0.5 to 3% by weight of flour allows to improve such rheological properties of the dough as extensibility and elasticity.
In the production of fermented rye malt, the processes are inhibited during the drying of grain, cleaned from sprouts, and further reactions are activated only during the use of malt.
Scope of fermented rye malt:
- in the food industry in the manufacture of bread or alcoholic beverages.
Benefits of regular use of fermented rye malt:
- promotes the removal of toxins and toxins from the body,
- normalizes the process of protein metabolism,
- promotes the growth of muscle mass,
- obesity prevention
Nutritional value of fermented rye malt per 100 grams:
- PROTEINS, G - 9.6
- FATS, G - 1.2
- CARBOHYDRATES, G - 66.4
- ENERGY VALUE, KCAL - 316
Ingredients: 100% rye malt, ground, fermented
Storage conditions: in dry, clean, well-ventilated warehouses, not infected with grain pests, at temperatures below 20C and relative humidity not higher than 75%.
Expiration date: 6 months.