Here’s a wonderful recipe for Whole Wheat Tortillas. You can substitute just about any grain (kamut, spelt, etc) for these, but making them with whole wheat flour gives you a buttery flavor. This is also a perfect “first” recipe to try if you’ve never soaked your grain because it’s very simple. You can cook them and eat them with a generous pat of butter, throw some salad in the middle and have a salad wrap, melt cheese and beans in the middle for quesadillas…really the possibilities are endless.
There are also sprouted or soaked flours you can purchase if soaking is not something you want to attempt. You can get great results with baking loaves of bread but because it’s “hard” wheat and has more protein than “soft” or “pastry” flour it doesn’t produce great results for cakes and cookies.