I recommend soaking the grains overnight as this reduces the cooking time. But you can also cook the grains without soaking. Kamut berries can be cooked on the stove top or in a pressure cooker.
Cooked kamut can be kept frozen for later use to save time. Portion them out and freeze. Then defrost, reheat and use whenever needed.
A serving of ¼ cup dried kamut (yielding ¾ cup cooked grains) contains:
160 calories | 32 g total carbohydrate | 1 g fat | 7 g protein
4 g dietary fiber (16 % of your daily needs)
4 g sugars
2% of your daily calcium
10% of your daily iron
* Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.