Premium. Source of protein. Gluten free. Wheat free. USDA organic. Quinoa (pronounced Keen-wah) is a highly nutritious gluten free seed, originally from the Andean region of South America. Its mild, slightly nutty flavor makes it a terrific substitute for rice or couscous. Quinoa, praised for its excellent nutritional profile, is an exceptional source of protein, containing all eight amino acids, making Quinoa an excellent option for people looking to reduce their consumption of meat. Quinoa is also a good source of dietary fiber and contains B vitamins and iron. More and more consumers are seeking great tasting and nutritious gluten-free options. Our organic Quinoa is one of the very best. Quinoa is extremely versatile and easy to prepare. Cooked quinoa makes a delicious side dish when mixed with vegetables and seasonings. You can use our quinoa for everything from breakfast cereals, to soups and salads or add to your favorite chili recipe. Quinoa is also great as a filling for fun and healthy burritos or tacos. Our quinoa is pre-washed so you can simply cook and eat, no need to presoak or rinse. Certified by Baystate Organic Certifiers. Packed in USA. Product of Bolivia.
Natures Earthly Choice
14 oz (397 g) x 6
0.25 cup dry
10 per pack
Using two cups of liquid per cup of quinoa. combine liquid and quinoa in a sauce pan or rice cooker. Bring the mixture to a vigorous boil, then lower heat and simmer, covered, until quinoa is tender but still chewy and white spiral-like threads appear around each grain, about 15 minutes. You can make a larger batch of quinoa and store it in your refrigerator. During the week as you need it, pull the desired amount of cooked quinoa from your refrigerator and add to your favorite recipes.
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