10 Best grains of 2019

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  • One 16 oz. bag of Whole Grain Amaranth
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  • Good source of fiber
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Grains guidebook

quality grains for the healthy diet

The huge assortment of foodstuffs includes diverse grains or cereals. In addition to spices like pepper, mustard seeds, Clove, caraway or allspice, whole grains available, there is a selection of unmilled cereal grains. These products are great for cooking and baking. With whole-meal nutrition and a careful lifestyle, they are given high priority.

Delicious food made from local grains

Instead of muesli mixtures from industrial production, diet-conscious consumers prefer to choose grains They grind them in their own kitchen and cook them to a pulp. For fresh grain porridge or to bake bread is tasty rye from organic farming. Rye grain is also offered as flakes. Whole wheat fields come from here grains with excellent baking properties. Biscuits and cakes, bread rolls and bread succeed with wheat grain. These grains, like rice, can be eaten as an accompaniment to vegetable and meat dishes.

Nutritious grains in good mix

The specialized trade offers different grain mixtures – for example rye, wheat, oats, barley, millet and spelled in organic quality. Crushed and soaked, the healthy mix results in a crispy fresh-grain porridge that is spiced up with fruit and dairy products. Milled or cooked with flour, mixed grains with grated onions and spices can be processed into spicy patties. If you have whitewashed your wheat diet and you find grains cumbersome to process, you often prefer cereal flakes. In proven Demeter quality, for example, a mixture of 30% each of rye, oats and barley and 10% spelled can be obtained. With a little practice amateur cooks conjure up delicious cereals, cookies or spicy patties. Also popular from organic farming are strong six-grain mixtures of wheat, rye, oats, barley, millet and buckwheat.

More healthy grains from all over the world

Amaranth and quinoa are among the crops that are becoming increasingly popular in this country. Amaranth is a recommended source of magnesium and iron and scores high in fiber. The slightly earthy taste of millet-like grains can be neutralized with the flavors of tomato and paprika. North America is the main growing area for Amaranth. Versatile are also the white quinoa grains. This cereal is cooked like rice and served as a side dish to savory dishes or fruit pudding. Allergic people, vegetarians and vegans not only appreciate the mineral rich grains of the quinoa plant. Their leaves can be prepared as vegetables or salad.

Corn, the energizing summer crop

The most well known foods from corn are cornflakes, popcorn and canned corn. Corn is often eaten at the breakfast table, in the cinema and in salads. The US produces the most corn worldwide. In Europe there was already maize cultivation in the 16th century. Maize semolina for the preparation of polenta is very popular in Italy. Corn flour serves as the basis of many international specialties. The finely ground grains are used for South American tortillas or Canadian pancakes. Flatbread, muffins with honey and spaetzle made with cornmeal are also popular. The crisp grains unfold their full taste when whole freshly harvested butts in the cooking pot, on the grill or in the panland. Butter and salt refine the typical corn taste.

Rice: an all-round talent

The grains of the rice plant are the most important staple food, especially in Asia. In China, most of the rice is grown by far. Unbelievable 22,000 varieties are said to be on the earthgive. Some varieties are popular with us, whose grains differ in shape and color. Brown rice can be recognized by the silver skin surrounding the grains. Commercial long grain varieties such as basmati and jasmine riceor round grain varieties such as sushi, risotto and rice pudding are the best known in this country.

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