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Home Farm Herbery Prewashed White Quinoa is a super food so order now

Quinoa

At Home Farm Herbery our Quinoa or White Quinoa is also called ivory quinoa and we use it in puddings, curry, salad, pilaf, bread, soup and baking.  It has a mild and pleasant, nutty taste and a delicious aroma. It has been prized by civilizations for thousands of years as a super food of sorts, as it is rich in protein, iron, and magnesium, and dietary fiber, phosphorous and iron!

The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) has officially declared that the year 2013 be recognized as "The International Year of the Quinoa
Also Known as: Quinoa Grain and Quinoa Seed.  

Ingredients: Prewashed White Quinoa 

You can substitute it for Quinoa Flour, Amaranth Grain, Bulgur Wheat, Teff Grain, Hemp Seeds or Kamut Grain Organic and we use it with pinto beans, pumpkin seeds, scallions and coriander. Season to taste and enjoy this south-of-the-border inspired salad. Add nuts and fruits to cooked quinoa and serve as breakfast porridge.

For a twist on your favorite pasta recipe, use noodles made from quinoa.

Sprouted quinoa can be used in salads and sandwiches just like alfalfa sprouts.

Add quinoa to your favorite vegetable soups. Ground quinoa flour can be added to cookie or muffin recipes. Quinoa is great to use in tabouli, serving as a delicious (and wheat-free) substitute for the Bulgar wheat with which this Middle Eastern dish is usually made.

1 oz. sampler $5.95

4 oz. $14.95

16 oz. $34.95

 All orders come with free shipping and a free herb or herb blend of our choice.

 We thank you in advance as all our net proceeds go to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Place your order now.
 

 
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