The "SARMATA" grain dough concentrate is used for baking bread with attractive taste and appearance containing: spelt flour, amaranth flakes, flaxseeds and coarsely ground soybeans. The taste of spelt is reminiscent of nuts and it consists of components that are not present in ordinary wheat acting in the body as antioxidants. It is also very rich in minerals, amino acids, vitamin B, iron and protein. Amaranth, also known as pigweed, is one of the oldest crop plants in the world. Even the Incas and Mayas appreciated its extraordinary nutritional values, regarding amaranth as a holy plant and using it for sacred rites. The concentrate is mixed with flour in the proportion 1:1.