You Should Know
November 2012 Issue
A New Spin for Ancient Grains
From amaranth to quinoa, ancient grains that hark back from distant lands are hotter than ever. You can find these grains increasingly available in side dish mixes, pouches, online stores and bulk bins at supermarkets and natural food stores, as well as on the menu in a variety of restaurants, ranging from fast food and chain restaurants to fine dining. What makes these whole grain kernels, which date back thousands of years, so special?
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