29 Nov '11, 3pm

Learn About and Cook with Whole Grains: Here are three whole grains to start out with—give them a whirl and then...

Learn About and Cook with Whole Grains: Here are three whole grains to start out with—give them a whirl and then...

The typical American diet includes quite a lot of processed food stuffs, including highly processed grains. Bleached, enriched white flour is a lot easier to come by than whole, healthy grains. One important first step in getting more whole grains in your diet is learning about several of them (there are so many delicious grains out there!), and then starting to experiment with them in the kitchen. Here are three whole grains to start out with—give them a whirl and then get creative by moving beyond the recipes provided in the resources below. 1. Millet Cultivated for centuries, millet is a cereal grain that comes in several varieties, such as foxtail millet and pearl millet. It can be cooked and eaten whole or ground into millet flour. This grain is rich in B vitamins, calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium and zinc. For much more information about millet, plus some recipes ...

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