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Bob's Red Mill Whole Grain Millet

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Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free Whole Grain Millet. To Your Good Health. Grains-of-Discovery. The traditional grain of Asia. Bob's Red Mill passport to whole grain adventure. Circa, 8000 B.C. 100% Whole Grain. 55g or more per serving. Eat 48g or more of whole grains daily. wholegrainscouncil.org. Create nutritious, gluten-free dishes with millet, an ancient grain from the far east. Millet has a mild, sweet flavor and quick cooking time, making it a tasty, convenient, whole grain addition to any meal of the day. An employee owned company.

Dear friends, There's a saying, "what once was old is new again." This expression certainly applies to our traditional stone grinding mills, which are much like the ones used in early Roman times. It's also true about many of our favorite whole grains, which originated in ancient times. Amaranth, chia seed, farro, Kamut grain, millet, quinoa, sorghum, spelt and teff - they may be lesser-known than familiar grains like wheat and barley, but each one has a story to tell, with histories going back thousands of years and rich cultural traditions from around the globe. Lucky for us, these whole grains aren't just ancient history; they're also tasty, nutritious additions to modern meals. These "super grains" of the ancient world are wonderfully healthy, and their unique flavors and textures will add a delicious twist to your favorite recipes. They're versatile, too-great for snacks, salads, side dishes, entrees and baked goods. At Bob's Red Mill, we're always exploring the world in search of new whole grain adventures, and we're proud to mill the widest possible diversity of whole grain foods. With that in mind, we invite you to join us in discovering these grains of antiquity. To your good health, Bob Moore. Which grain was first farmed nearly 10,000 years ago? Which grain was revered as one of five sacred crops in ancient China? Which grain is mentioned in the old testament, the writings of Herodotus, and the journals of Marco Polo? The answer is millet! This versatile grain is gluten free, easy to digest and a good source of fiber. Enjoy whole grain millet as a unique alternative to rice in salads, stir-fries and porridge. Bob's Red Mill products labeled gluten free are batch tested in our quality control laboratory. We use an Elisa Gluten Assay test to confirm that a product is gluten free. Our product line is diverse and extensive. For information and recipes, visit our website at www.bobsredmill.com.

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Whole Grain Hulled Millet.
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