|Say YES to Ancient Grains
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A wide selection of ancient grains is available
Names like quinoa and millet may be new to you, but if you can make rice you can whip-up these delicious grains too. Quinoa is actually a “pseudo-grain”, a gluten-free seed but it is used in cooking like a whole grain.
Each grain offers it’s own flavor, texture and nutritional profile, so you’re getting a variety in your diet. For example, millet is known for it’s nutty flavor and quinoa is packed with protein.
Check out how simple it is to prepare these grains up by clicking play on my thirty second video below:
Think outside the box of rice and give some new grains a try.
|Quinoa and Millet