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Organic whole amaranth grain.
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Reviews For Organic Whole Grain Amaranth
Based on 6 Reviews
New for me
This was the first time i tried Amaranth, it is a very mild slightly nutty flavor, a little bland, add a pinch of salt so it goes with anything, I have cooked it with Mango, topped it with berries added honey and coconut oil. very satisfying and chewy.
First time trying amaranth. Tastes great! Excited to experiment with it to see what else I can do.
WOW!! Distinctively delightful!
I was so surprised the 1st time I used this product. I used it to thicken a broth. If used as a thickener, use sparingly, but my accidental overdose of Amaranth Grain turned into a happy accident as I had this rich, thick gravy which I used the next day with a roast. I actually love to soak overnight in anything from tea to wine then cook up with water in the morning. ALERT: My bag sprung a small leak and these darling tiny grains escape far, fast & furiously. I advise that as soon as you spot your Amaranth, IMMEDIATELY encase in airtight container!
I really enjoy this grain. It is very satisfying.
Good Amino Acids
This tastes like a great, delicious oatmeal. This is one of those non-dairy products that has quite a few amino acids, and I'm always for more healthy alternatives for breakfast. I've heard of people making popcorn with it, but I haven't tried that yet. It's next on my list.
- Kathy R.
I've been trying out different foods for breakfast meals, and this has been one of my favorite. Granola and processed cereals have been good, but I was surprised to find that this Amaranth have been fantastic. I love adding a bit of pure sugar and milk to make a neat cereal for the mornings. It's warm, gooey, and delicious. I enjoy it.
- Danny M.
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