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    This pilaf is hearty and high in protein, and tastes great as a cold quinoa salad the next day.

    Recipe #200231

    From Connie Guttersen's "Sonoma Diet," this is a very delicious, very healthy side dish with no saturated fat.

    Recipe #150558

    17 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Millet a wonderful grain,that most think of as bird food. Millet is highly nutritious, non-glutinous and like buckwheat and quinoa, is not an acid forming food so is soothing and easy to digest. In fact, it is considered to be one of the least allergenic and most digestible grains available and it is a warming grain so will help to heat the body in cold or rainy seasons and climates. Millet is mildly sweet, nut-like flavor and contains many beneficial nutrients. It is nearly 15% protein, contains high amounts of fiber, B-complex vitamins including niacin, thiamin, and riboflavin, the essential amino acid methionine, lecithin, and some vitamin E. It is high in the minerals iron, magnesium, phosphorous, and potassium. So eat your millet! The seeds are also rich in phytochemicals, including Phytic acid, which is believed to lower cholesterol, and Phytate, which is associated with reduced cancer risk.

    Recipe #146049

    Canadian Living recently featured a an article promoting recipes rich in grains. This soup looked so comforting and satisfying, I knew that as autumn arrived it would be the perfect meal. Submitted for 'Zaar World Tour.

    Recipe #136977

    On my first box of Quinoa, this recipe turned up - just posting for safe keeping as I've not made it yet.

    Recipe #124182

    I've been trying to find different ways to use quinoa, since it is so good for you. This recipe is from Eden Organic Foods.

    Recipe #113106

    40 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This recipes comes from a fellow Israeli foodie, Gabi Shahar. I tried it out recently (am on a quinoa kick these days) and it's very good. A good alternative to tabbouli or couscous as a cool summer grain salad.

    Recipe #65131

    10 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Originally grown in the high plains of the Andes Mountains in South America, quinoa (pronounced "keen-wa") was considered the "mother grain" that kept the Incan armies strong and robust. The grain was rediscovered and brought to the U.S. in the Eighties and test grown in Colorado. Today, quinoa is sold in many markets. Nutritionally charged Although no single food can supply all of life's essential nutrients, quinoa comes close. One of the more popular "supergrains," it is extraordinarily rich in nutrients, containing up to 50% more protein than most other grains. One of the best sources of vegetable protein in the vegetable kingdom, quinoa has a subtle, smoky flavor. It is a vegetarian source of calcium (26 mg per 1 cup serving), iron (4 mg per serving), and the B vitamins. Quinoa also contains high levels of lysine, an amino acid the body needs to make protein. A good rinse Quinoa is coated with a natural repellent, a bitter substance that protects the grain from insects and birds. To avoid a raw or bitter taste, place the grain in a fine strainer and rinse thoroughly with cold water. Drain. A tiny spiral__ During cooking, a fine, white spiral appears around the grain. Expect to see it, and enjoy. WholeHealthMD.com

    Recipe #54016

    88 Reviews |  By Dib's

    This is a must do in order to use this unique grain.

    Recipe #16399

    I made this up last night; I had a beautiful red cabbage from the farm stand, and a box of quinoa I was dying to use. Great protein, fiber, vitamins, etc, and very little fat. Enjoy!

    Recipe #71124

    Recipe #54575

    5 Reviews |  By yogi

    This was delicious! Try something new--Quinoa provides all essential amino acids and is high in protein, iron and the B vitamins. Find it in the health/grain section of the supermarket.

    Recipe #43545

    A healthy, delectable alternative to hamburgers. Easy to make too.

    Recipe #11549

    Quinoa is an ancient grain unusually full of nutrients. Very nutty flavor.

    Recipe #8893


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