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 What Is Amaranth Grain?

Answer Amaranth is an ancient crop from Mexico but is currently grown in Asia and Africa. The high-protein grain can be used as a food or forage crop, notes Purdue University in its "Alternative Field Cro... Read More »
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A question concerning Seven Grain Blend, or Seven Grain Cereal?

Oddly enough the last couple of days I have been studying rice and other grains and the ideas are kind of fresh.A grain is the seed from some type of grass, wheat, rice, corn, oats, etc...) cereals... Read More »
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How to Use Amaranth?

Considered an ancient grain, amaranth is a great source of nutrition. It has high fiber at 15%, high protein at 14% and can be used in many ways. It also contains high lysine, an amino acid found i... Read More »
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What color is amaranth?

Amaranth is a flowering herb that blossoms with flowers that range in color from purple to red. The name amaranth is sometimes used for paints and other colors with a similar purple or red tone.Ref... Read More »
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What is popped amaranth?

Amaranth is an ancient "grain" that is enjoying increased popularity in the U.S. and around the world.AmaranthAmaranth is actually a seed---not a grain---that was a staple in the Aztec diet for tho... Read More »
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