If you're reading this, you probably already know that Quinoa is something that you ought to be eating; It's nature's most perfect protein, and it's worth noting that it's especially high in Lysine, a quality that's somewhat rare in plant-based protein. Compared to white varieties, Red Quinoa has a slightly earthier, nuttier flavor. It can be prepared simply, as rice, but I like it best when it's cooked with coconut milk, as part of a vegetarian curry; Try adding macadamias to your prepared quinoa — it's delicious. I like that Alter Eco, Red Quinoa, is both organic and fairly-traded, and the price is reasonable. I only wish that it were available in larger quantities.
Posted by iHerb Customer on December 1 2014 | Verified Purchase
There is really no difference in taste between the white, red or black quinoa. The difference is in the cooking time. Red quinoa and black quinoa take a longer time to cook and is more firm. White quinoa is softer and take a shorter time to cook.
Posted by iHerb Customer on June 21 2015 | Verified Purchase
Posted by iHerb Customer on January 13 2014 | Verified Purchase
make sure to rinse this well, cooks in 25 mins
Posted by iHerb Customer on December 22 2013 | Verified Purchase
Posted by iHerb Customer on November 7 2013 | Verified Purchase
It is a very fast delivery and reasonable price.
Posted by iHerb Customer on November 28 2011 | Verified Purchase
Started using this and I'm real glade I did, very beneficial.
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