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Is it a seed? Is it a grain? Well, it's sort of both!
Although amaranth is categorized as a grain, it's really a seed (just like quinoa) and is naturally gluten-free. Amaranth seeds provide plenty of fiber, protein and micronutrients and offer a sweet and nutty flavor and crunch when cooked.
Normally toasted and popped in a skillet, you can snack on them alone or use them to top salads, soups and vegetable dishes! You can use them to make a creamy, warm breakfast porridge too or ground them into flour to used for baked goods. Ingredients:organic amaranth seedsOrganic: YESNon-GMO: YESCertified Gluten-Free: NOKosher: YESVegan: YESCountry of Origin: IndiaBrand: CLNF