Quinoa not only tastes fantastic when cooked to perfection, but it's also a good source of fiber, protein, iron, phosphorus, vitamins B & E, manganese, magnesium, folate and so much more. Contains more calcium than milk and is higher in fat content than any other grain. Grow your own quinoa sprouts or cook them for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. You can even bake rich, dark chocolate cookies for dessert.
They're versatile meaning you don't need to eat the same thing too often. Whip up some robust quinoa salads including spinach & sun-dried tomato, Thai peanut, and more. Thinking about tacos for dinner? Mix quinoa in with your black beans for a twist on Taco Tuesday.