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  1. photo Hot Cereal with Tamari, Ghee, Agave & Black PepperHot Cereal with Tamari, Ghee, Agave & Black PepperRecipe
    Type: Grains Meal: Breakfast Preparation: Boiled Style: Western Effect: Ojas, Rajasic Contains: Gluten Servings: 1 PrepRead more
  2. photo <b>Amaranth</b>: a gluten-free <b>grain</b> rich in protein and mineralsAmaranth: a gluten-free grain rich in protein and mineralsNews
    little but threaten the livelihood of other, less invasive plants.This is unfortunate, since amaranth is actually highly nutritious. The plant's grain-like seeds were a significant source of essentialRead more
  3. photo When the Spanish conquistadores arrived in the Americas, they forbade the cultivation of two of the world's best sources of vegetable proteinWhen the Spanish conquistadores arrived in the Americas, they forbade the cultivation of two of the world's best sources of vegetable proteinNews
    by the human body -- a trait that is very rare in plant foods. Although quinoa and amaranth can be used like grains in cooking, they are not members of the grass family and are completely safe for peopleRead more
  4. photo <b>Amaranth</b> is a gluten-free and super healthy source of proteinAmaranth is a gluten-free and super healthy source of proteinNews
    Amaranth is grown as a gluten-free grain that unfortunately goes far too often under the radar in North America. Although its production began in the 70s in the US, it is best known as beingRead more
  5. photo <b>Amaranth</b>: Can this Ancient <b>Grain</b> Have a Different Fate than Quinoa?Amaranth: Can this Ancient Grain Have a Different Fate than Quinoa?Article
    If you’ve spent any time peering into the corners of health food stores, amaranth may be no stranger. The ancient grain, once as vital to Central and South American diets as corn, is foundRead more
  6. photo Savory Swiss Chard Recipe: Fritters with <b>Amaranth</b> and FetaSavory Swiss Chard Recipe: Fritters with Amaranth and FetaRecipe
    and tomato. I’m completely enamored with amaranth at the moment. This protein powerhouse has great flavor, texture and nine whole grams of protein per serving. I’ve been using this ancient grain in soupsRead more
  7. photo 4 Healthy <b>Grains</b> You Might Not Be Eating… Yet4 Healthy Grains You Might Not Be Eating… YetArticle
    possible from this fibrous grain because the bran, the germ and the endosperm remain intact. And they are chewy and delicious, too.  Wheat Berry Risotto Recipe Red Wheat Berry Salad Amaranth Of the wholeRead more
  8. photo Beyond Rice: Cooking with Heirloom <b>Grains</b>Beyond Rice: Cooking with Heirloom GrainsArticle
    meal. So, what are these heirloom grains, and more importantly, how do we eat them? Amaranth A staple Aztec grain, amaranth is sweet and nutty, and very nutritious. Replace bulgur with amaranthRead more
  9. photo 4 Superfood Whole <b>Grains</b> to Boost Your Metabolism & Energy4 Superfood Whole Grains to Boost Your Metabolism & EnergyArticle
    contains the highest amount of protein of all the gluten-free grains. It also contains linoleic acid and lysine, essential amino acids to improve overall health. As an added bonus, amaranth has also beenRead more
  10. photo 9 Gluten-Free <b>Grains</b> Full of Nutrients9 Gluten-Free Grains Full of NutrientsTreatment
    gluten. Gluten-free diet regimens usually involve avoiding grains, especially foods that are rich in gluten. Gluten-free diet does not necessarily mean that you should stop eating grains. WeRead more

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Amaranth grain

Amaranth has been cultivated as a grain for 8,000 years. The yield of grain amaranth is comparable to rice or maize. It was a staple food of the Aztecs, and was used as an integral part of Aztec religious ceremonies. The cultivation of amaranth was banned by the conquistadores upon their conquest of the Aztec nation. Because the plant has continued to grow as a weed since that time, its genetic...More