The Spaghetti Khorasan is the ancestor of durum wheat and has a higher nutritional value than wheat (durum wheat is mainly used in pasta, unlike wheat that is well suited for cakes and breads). Khorasan wheat is much richer in protein (13.6%) than a conventional wheat variety. It is also richer in essential amino acids and therefore of particular interest to the vegetarian and vegan population. The richness of taste helps to broaden the multiple flavors of natural and vegan food. Furthermore the khorasan paste is a source of proteins, fibres and minerals (potassium, magnesium, iron, zinc, copper and phosphorus). This pasta can be cooked like classic pasta. Served hot, they are delicious with a tomato sauce with minced seitan or you can also eat them in a salad with small pieces of vegetables.