Bob's Red Mill, Whole Grain Teff, 24 oz (680 g)
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- To Your Good Health...Bob Moore
- Gluten Free
- The Traditional Grain of the Ethiopia
- An Employee Owned Company
- Bob's Red Mill - Passport to Whole Grain Adventure
- 100% Whole Grain
- 50 g or More Per Serving
- Eat 48 g or More of Whole Grains Daily
- All Natural
Add a little adventure to everyday meals with teff, a tiny whole grain that has been a staple of traditional Ethiopian cooking for thousands of years. Teff is a gluten-free food with a mild flavor, unique texture and great nutritional value.
Teff is the smallest grain in the world. Originating in Africa thousands of years ago, it has long been an important food for Highland Ethiopians, who use it to make everything from bread to beer, Now the rest of the world is catching on to the bug potential of this tiny grain. With a mild, nutty flavor and lots of calcium, protein, iron and fiber, whole grain teff is a great addition to porridge, stew, pilaf or baked goods.
Basic Cooking Instructions
Bring 2 cups water or stock to a boil in pot. Add 1/2 cup teff; cover, reduce heat to low and simmer, stirring occasionally, for about 15-20 minutes or until liquid is absorbed. Makes 4 servings (about 1 1/2 cups).
Whole grain teff.
Manufactured in a facility that uses tree nuts and soy.
|Serving Size: 1/4 cup (50 g) dry|
|Servings Per Container: About 14|
|Amount Per Serving:||% Daily Value*|
|Calories from Fat||10|
|Total Fat||1 g||2%|
|Saturated Fat||0 g||0%|
|Trans Fat||0 g|
|Total Carbohydrate||37 g||12%|
|Dietary Fiber||4 g||16%|
|*Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.|
So delicious and nutritious. In addition to being gluten free and suitable for people with celiac disease and gluten intolerance, this ancient Ethiopian grain is rich in protein, dietary fiber, B vitamins (thiamin, vitamin B6, niacin, folic acid, riboflavin), iron, calcium, potas sium, copper, zinc, manganese, magnesium, phosphorus, selenium, phytosterols and antioxidants, and is beneficial for people suffering from diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol, obesity, heart disease, gastritis, acid reflux, nausea, indigestion, osteoporosis, arthritis, rheumatism and even cancer: it helps stabilize blood sugar and regulate insulin levels, prevents blood spikes keeping you full longer, aids digestion, prevents heartburn and acid reflux, increases appetite, soothes the stomach lining, reduces colon inflammation, normalizes blood pressure, lowers triglycerides and LDL or "bad" cholesterol levels while increasing HDL or "good" cholesterol, protects against strokes, atherosclerosis and peripheral arterial disease, helps maintain healthy bones and teeth, and even reduces the risk of cancer. I love this whole grain teff and add it to different recipes: not only is it delicious, has a mild flavor and makes food taste better, but also it helps normalize my cholesterol levels and blood pressure and relieves the symptoms of my acid reflux and gastritis. Wonderful product. Highly recommended.
I really like this grain as a wheat substitute. It is high in nutrients, and one of the few non-acidic grains. I prefer milling my own flour from whole grains, and this teff tastes just like wheat to me (For good rising success, add 1 tsp. xanthum gum per cup of teff flour). A tasty hot cereal recipe and a HEALTHY chocolate pudding recipe is on the back of the package, using whole teff. Even my picky teenager liked it. It is a brown color, but the taste is great.
Posted by 4848659647506604559 on Oct 09, 2016
I enjoyed this top quality Teff. I toast it just a minute or two with a tiny bit of coconut oil before I add the liquid to cook it. I often follow the instructions on the package for a porridge, what makes the porridge so wonderful is the flavor of cloves. I also add a small amount of toasted teff to any soup I want to thicken .
Posted by 4906662583892594876 on May 06, 2016
I didnt know what teff was 106 days ago , i am making sure that all of my friends know.
Curious little grain
Posted by 5110869369090783977 on Feb 19, 2016
Now, I'm a curious person, and as soon as I heard about teff and saw I could buy it at my favorite online shop I jumped on it. I've been crowding out wheat from my family diet since decades by adding all the different grains I could find, and teff is our latest addition. It is a very small grain and cook like amaranth, not quite like polenta but in this veine. The taste is hearty but pleasant. Because of the texture which somewhat resemble baby food, it will not become a staple on our table, but it's a good grain to have every once in a while.
Posted by 5287178679190435095 on Sep 02, 2015
Great in soups.
Bob's Red Mill Whole Grain Teff is VERY Nutritious and Gluten FREE Too!
Posted by BeckySue on Mar 13, 2015
I appreciate that this all natural product is gluten free. This highly nutritious and tasty grain is the smallest grain in the world. This small size means the germ and bran, where the nutrients are concentrated, account for a much larger volume of the seed compared to more familiar grains. Try this Teff Grain as a hot breakfast cereal!