Why Turmeric Root Powder?

Why Turmeric Root Powder?

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Turmeric is an ancient spice that has become very popular with people interested in healthy eating and is definitely considered a 'superfood'. For many centuries and everywhere it has been consumed it has been celebrated for its flavor, its nutritional value as well as its medicinal...

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Is Oat Bran Gluten-free By Nature?

Is Oat Bran Gluten-free By Nature?

Certainly, if you have dangerous gluten sensitivity, you should only buy certified gluten-free products, even if you believe an item is naturally gluten-free. That being said, Oat Bran and other oat products are considered by many to be naturally gluten-free...

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How to Store Organic Whole Grains

How to Store Organic Whole Grains

Have you ever wondered how long whole grains last? Or how to store your whole grains? Or how to extend the shelf life or your whole grains? Today we will answer that.......

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Is USDA organic also certified Non-GMO?

Is USDA organic also certified Non-GMO?

From time to time we receive inquiries about how being non-GMO relates to USDA organic certification. The great news is that if you have found a USDA organic certified vendor/product you like, then you can feel confident that it is also non-GMO.......

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Why Hulled Millet? History, Health, and Cooking Tips

Why Hulled Millet? History, Health, and Cooking Tips

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Millet is an ancient grain with its cultivation dating back as far as 12,000 years. Its African origins make this grain an ideal candidate for farming even in poorer soils and dryer weather conditions. Historically, Millet was ..........

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Why Oat Bran? History, Health, and Cooking Tips

Why Oat Bran? History, Health, and Cooking Tips

The ancestry of the modern oat can be traced back to the wild red oat, a plant originating in Asia. Some research even suggests that oats were primarily used for medicinal purposes before they came to be recognized as a staple food...

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Why Hulled Buckwheat Groats? History, Nutrition, and Cooking Tips

Why Hulled Buckwheat Groats? History, Nutrition, and Cooking Tips

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Buckwheat farming heralds originally from Southeast Asia dating back thousands of years when it was a staple, before rice and other cereal grains began to replace it. It is still widely produced in Russia and Poland where it features significantly in traditional cuisine...

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Why Quinoa? History, health, cooking tips and recipes

Why Quinoa? History, health, cooking tips and recipes

Quinoa is one of the few ancient grains that have remained largely unchanged over the millennia. It is believed that this nutrient-packed grain was initially cultivated over 5000 years ago and is traced originally to the Incan civilization of South America. Quinoa was a staple for the Incan people and offered so many nutritional...

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