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Grains

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When going gluten-free, having a supply of gluten-free grains in your kitchen is a must. But what grains are best for what cooking needs?

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Grain bowl recipes are easy, versatile ways to get a ton of protein, fiber, and flavor - and they'll never leave you bored or hungry.

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Grains are a very old type of food, dating all the way back to ancient times. But a lot has changed since then. For one thing, we have a wide variety of grains to choose from, and for another thing, grains themselves may have changed over the millennia. So, if you want to learn all about grains, ...

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There are dozens of grain types, so it's time to expand your grain knowledge. Check out our guide to buying, cooking, and using different grains.

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Healthy Grain Bowls are an easy, and delicious complete meal. Simply mix and match your favorite components... in 5 steps. Akin to smoothie bowls, grain bowls are simply dinner in a bowl. And it's as

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Use this whole grain guide to learn about whole grains and their health benefits.

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The Ultimate Guide to Buying, Cooking and Eating Whole Grains | Don't know the difference between farro and freekeh? Kamut and quinoa? Check out our convenient chart.

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With fall just around the corner, now is the time to stock your pantry with hearty, healthy whole grains! From amaranth to wild rice, get the skinny on whole grain ingredients and whole grain flours below. Buckwheat Quick Guides to Whole Grains Amaranth – A tiny poppy seed-sized grain. Malty, grassy flavor. (The leaves of the amaranth plant are also good to eat.) Gluten-free. Barley, Hulled and Pearl – Chewy, tender grains. Especially good in soup.

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This is an overview of the most popular low glycemic whole grains you can use in soups, stews, side dishes, salads, and baked goods.

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