Artius cracked wheat is a produce made of wheat, milk and eggs and is dried. In Greece it is known as “Trahanas” and it has been a staple from many centuries BC. It appears to have originated at a time when there was a need to preserve food.
“Trahanas” is usually made into a thick soup by adding water, milk or yogurt and it is convenient as it is easy and quick to make.
It is delicious and nutritious and it can be eaten as a soup or alternatively as an accompaniment to meat or fish dishes as an alternative to rice or pasta.