Arrowhead Mills, Organic, Whole Grain Amaranth, 16 oz (453 g)
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Nice healthy grain
7 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1533331 on Jul 19, 2011
I have read that Amaranth is a high-protein healthy "grain" (actually it is a seed). Did not know what to expect since I had never tried it before, but it's very good. Soak it about 8 hours, then cook for about 15 minutes by simmering. You do not want to overcook, since the grains are VERY tiny. Drain through a sieve. Has a pleasant flavor.
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Posted by Reviewer1490026 on Dec 20, 2008
What a healthy addition to any diet. I love it with a small handful of cashews, a diced bosc pear and about a tablespoon of honey. Delicious.
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Posted by Reviewer2257340 on Apr 29, 2008
The sproutpeople.com website say amaranth doesn't even need soaking. Just moisten and sprout. But I found I had to soak for an hour because these tiny seeds would fall right through the holes in my mesh strainer! They were ready to enjoy in just 12 hours! Tasty! Easy! Nutritious!
Posted by Reviewer2144919 on Apr 16, 2010
great when you need fiber for your soup, bread, cereal etc.
From Russia with love
Posted by Olechka on Nov 08, 2011
Excellent! Knowing about the benefits of amaranth, buy at that price just super organic. In a tenderized like a fine caviar.