“Quinoa” is known as the Mother Grain, looks like a cross between millet and sesame and has been grown since 3,000 BC in the high Andes and cultivated by the Inca. Get it in yellow, pink, orange, white, black and purple! High protein and more calcium than milk. Apparently great in soups and summer salads. […]
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Posted by Adriaan on May 21, 2016
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