Quinoa seeds were a staple food source in South America for 6000 years. Quinoa is a psuedo grain, in that it is not a grass like most grains. Quinoa is excellent an source of vitamins and essential amino acids and contain no gluten. Quinoa makes a great breakfast cereal alone or can be added to oatmeal.
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- Certified Organic Quinoa Grain
- Great for Flour, Baking, Cereal, Food Storage & More.
- Re-Sealable Container
- Long Shelf Life – Resealable Container – Handy Pantry Brand
- Good for Sprouting: Over 80% Germination Rates
Quinoa refused to sprout.
The Quinoa we wanted to sprout then dry the sprouts, grind to flour with them, add them to our sprouted wheat flour, to add extra protein to our regular sprouted home whole wheat bread. We tried and tried but they refused to sprout. We have three kinds of sprouting methods. And wanted the burst of extra nutrition that grains gain from being sprouted. The the third seed ordered (Kamut) sprouted fine with our methods and tastes very good.
The supplier was fine and gave us a refund to our Amazon card
LibbieMason City, IL