High(complete)protein, gluten free, high in calcium.
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Amaranth contains healthy fatty acids. The downside to that is that you need to store the seeds right to protect the acids from becoming rancid. The best way to store amaranth is in a tightly sealed container, such as a glass jar, in the refrigerator. This way the seeds keeps for three to six months.
Amaranth seeds can be grained in a mill and used as flour.
They can be popped to a healthy, nutty popcorn snack.
They can be roasted.
They can be cooked.
Or simply added to a stir-fry.
In a pan or soup where they will work as a great thickening agent.
Many cook amaranth to a porridge.
The most common usage is proabaly to simply boil the seeds and serve them as a healthy repalcement for rice, pasta or couscous.
To cook amaranth seeds boil 1 cup seeds in 2,5 cups water for 18-20 minutes.
Amaranth has a mild, sweet nutty flavor
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