Molino Grassi is an 80-year old mill with a home in Italy's Parma region. It specializes in ancient grains. More specifically, it specializes in ancient, non-GMO grains. Luckily for Americans, it is now selling its products on Amazon. I bought some of their products to try, including their organic multi-cereal flour (barley, rye, oats, wheat, and whole wheat), a bag of semola rimacinata (organic Italian duram flour) and some of their grano miracola (an Italian type "1" flour).
The latter is a combination of Miracolo and Virgilio, two varieties of ancient grains that have only recently been rediscovered, then grown with bio-diverse agricultural techniques. Great for pizza, bread and focaccia, it is naturally rich in phosphorus and iron. And compared to any other wheat flour, it offers the most easily digested gluten.
I made two delicious loaves of bread using the multi-cereal and grano miracola flours. Next time, I will try the semola rimacinata!