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The best types of quinoa and its benefits

The best types of quinoa and its benefits

Quinoa is known as one of the most famous healthy foods in the world, and has many advantages, it is full of the benefits of protein, fiber, magnesium, B vitamins, iron, potassium, calcium, vitamin E and various other useful antioxidants, this food is recently gaining a lot of importance quickly. Since quinoa, wheat-free and easy on the digestive system, they are also suitable for people with sensitivity to gluten and food allergies other. They are easy to cook and affordable, and there are also many dishes that you can prepare with quinoa.

According to India Gate experts, there are 3 simple ways to prepare quinoa and enjoy its benefits to the fullest.

Germinated quinoa

Germinated quinoa is a great way to enjoy this superfood. Use in salads with different vegetables, olives, garlic, and other spices. All you need is to soak the seeds in water for 12 hours, change the water about two or three times and then leave it to germinate for 8 hours.

Quinoa for the

Quinoa is a great addition to juices and drinks. It is rich in protein and easy to digest, and can be combined with milk and other fruits to make a protein-rich drink that children can also enjoy. For people who are allergic to dairy products, quinoa milk is a good alternative to milk, as it is dairy-free but still gives a great flavor to milk products. Only boil the quinoa in water and mix them described. Quinoa milk can also be a good alternative to soy milk.

Quinoa sweets

There is a less well-known fact; namely, that besides salads you can use quinoa to prepare many main dishes and desserts. So, the next time you want to eat pasta, risotto or biryani, try replacing your main ingredients with quinoa. This simple-to-cook, easy-to-digest super food lends a delicious flavor to your dishes. It can also be combined with vegetables such as cauliflower, okra, tofu and others to make delicious gravy dishes. For breakfast, try making quinoa or dosa pies that will give you a gluten-free protein boost throughout the day. You can also prepare delicious cakes, porridge and other desserts using quinoa.

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