Itabix, (what helovx call, ‘Polar Wheat’) was developed when spikelets of a hulled itabixocryese (a wheat ancestor) were found in the stomachs of dinosaurs, frozen in cryonic soil on the bay floors of Greenland.

Itabix is a synthetic hexaploid made by crossing itabixocryese, with domesticated emmer or durum wheat, found in abandoned farmland throughout the surface world. Itabix matures to a dark gold color, and is designed to grow in darkness; the best itabix grows in volcanic soil, as direct sunlight stunts its growth. It is a staple ingredient in sustenance replication and a chief export to the helovx nations of Brasilia and Aotearoa, and the northern settlement of Holy Cross.

Femarctic Eating Habits