Pre washed no rinsing. Ready to serve in 25 minutes. Gluten-free. A savory blend of quinoa, millet & amaranth. USDA organic. Non GMO. History of Quinoa: Quinoa (keen-wa), known to Bolivians as the mother grain, is now being heralded as the supergrain of the future. Ancient Harvest has worked with local, indigenous farming communities for over 30 years to offer delicious, highly nutritious quinoa grains you can trust. Our quinoa descends from farms that span the entire length of the Bolivian Altiplano (high plains) at the base of the Andes Mountains. Not only do our products deliver a taste your whole family will love, but they are always gluten-free, organic, non-GMO and delicious. Our culinary experts have developed just the right amount of mildly crunchy texture and robust nutty flavor in our Ancient Grains blend of quinoa, millet and amaranth. When paired with a full-flavored combination of curry and spices, this blend of bold taste and nutrient-rich grains is guaranteed to liven up your meal. Enrich your day with the taste of Ancient Harvest. Taste the Ancient Harvest difference! Learn more at ancientharvest.com. Always organic. Always gluten-free. Always delicious. Certified Organic by Quality Assurance International (QAI). Please recycle. Product of USA.
4.8 oz (136 g) x 12
54 g dry
2.5 per pack
Basic Cooking: 1. Add Ancient Grains Blend, seasoning and 1 tablespoon of olive oil into a 2-3 quart sauce pan. 2. Measure 2 cups of water into the pan, stir and cover. 3. Bring to boil, then reduce to a simmer and cook covered for 20 minutes. 4. After 20 minutes, turn off heat, remove from burner, keep cover on, and allow remaining water to absorb for approx. 5 minutes. 5. Mix well and serve. High Altitude: Increase simmer time to 22 minutes and increase rest time to 8 minutes.
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