iHerb Customer Reviews
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What beautiful grains!
Posted by Reviewer1156637 on Apr 01, 2010
What beautiful grains! This package came with a recipe on the side for Scarlet Quinoa Salad. It was delicious!
good enough to eat
Posted by Reviewer2542580 on Sep 10, 2010
do not cook according to the directions. Use 2 cups of liquid to one cup of this Quinoa or it will be extremely hard! But cooked my way it was delicious with a little added amaranth.
Posted by Reviewer2164014 on Dec 28, 2010
Delicious quinoa. Seems to have some more fiber than other quinoa I've had. One could say it's a t little like the "brown rice of quinoa". Highly recommend.
Posted by Reviewer1382153 on Mar 18, 2011
So much better than plain white Quinoa. Nice and chewey.
Better than white Quinoa
Posted by Reviewer1363499 on Mar 18, 2011
I've never before had red quinoa and I have to say that I like it more than the white one. They taste is richer and not as bitter. The seeds are a little smaller but I don't mind. I loved this product and I will or sure buy it again
EXCELLENT SOURCE OF AMINO ACIDS
Posted by Reviewer1640392 on Apr 14, 2011
It is a pseudocereal rather than a true cereal and is not a member of the grass family.It is closely related to beets and spinach.It has a high protein content and a balanced set of essential amino acids.It is also a good source of dietary fiber, phosphorus and is high in magnesium and iron. It is also gluten free. For years now I have been dealing with iherb and I have always received excellent service and pricing.
Posted by x-tine on Jan 11, 2012
This red quinoa is exceptional. It cooks up in less than 15 mins and makes a hearty accompaniment to all kinds of meals: tastes great with just some salsa on top, or along side a curry dish. Makes a fabulous wheat/gluten-free "tabouleh" (instead of using bulgar wheat). Yum!
Posted by InfoWarrior on Jan 05, 2012
I'm a big fan of quinoa, but had never tried the red variety before. It's got a bit of a tougher outside than white quinoa, but I really enjoyed it. Good for sauce, chili, etc.
Posted by Reviewer1486645 on Apr 19, 2011
Posted by Reviewer1282891 on Oct 10, 2010
Easy to make and you can even make ahead of time. Mixes well with vegetables, I use in place of rice in stirfry.