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Discover Kamut® Khorasan Wheat

by Cassidy Stockton

Travel back in time with Kamut® grain, an ancient variety of wheat that was only recently rediscovered by modern-day farmers. The history of this ancient wheat grain is a bit mysterious. Some say that Noah brought Kamut® kernels along on the ark, hence the nickname “Prophet’s Wheat.” Others call

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Discover Millet

Meatless Mondays: Sweet Millet Congee

by Cassidy Stockton

Congee is a traditional porridge served for breakfast, lunch and even dinner. It is most often made with rice and can be topped with any number of toppings depending on the region. Congee is often served plain as comfort food for those who are sick. We’ve used millet as a

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Discover Millet

Discover Millet

by Cassidy Stockton

Let me start by saying that millet is one of my favorite grains. In fact, it’s one of my favorite Bob’s Red Mill products. We see it most often in birdseed blends, but it’s been popular across Asia for thousands of years. Millet was revered as one of five sacred

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spelt

Discover Spelt

by Cassidy Stockton

Savor the whole grain goodness of spelt, an ancient relative of durum wheat that originated in the Near East over 8,000 years ago. This heirloom grain later spread throughout Europe, becoming especially popular in Germany, where it was farmed throughout the Middle Ages.

Spelt has never been hybridized, so it

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Maple Amaranth Granola

Meatless Mondays: Maple Amaranth Granola

by Cassidy Stockton

Rolled barley adds a sweet nutty flavor that pairs perfectly with maple syrup and toasted hazelnuts. Adding whole grain amaranth provides a delightful crunch and a nutritional boost. The granola is delicious with milk or yogurt, straight out of the oven. It makes a great on-the-go snack and is pretty

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Hundreds of Amaranth Seeds in Wood Measuring Spoon

Discover Amaranth

by Cassidy Stockton

Discover the whole grain goodness of amaranth. This tiny “grain”—actually a seed—has a rich history dating back 8,000 years, when it was first cultivated in Mesoamerica. The ancient Aztecs relied on amaranth as a food staple and used it in religious rituals, earning it the names “super grain of

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Teff Grain

Discover Teff

by Cassidy Stockton

Have you heard of Teff yet? It’s the next big thing, I’m certain of it. Teff is quite possibly the world’s smallest grain (about 100 grains are the size of a kernel of wheat!). Teff originates in Africa and has been a staple of traditional Ethiopian cooking for thousands of

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