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Chia Seeds Cooked Quinoa Couscous with Seasoning Packet
Chia Seeds (Whole White)
Our Price: $17.99
Cooked Quinoa
Our Price: $24.99
When consumed, the seeds form a fibrous gel of carbohydrates that the metabolism breaks down into sugar at a very slow rate. Quinoa is rich in fiber, higher in protein than any other grain, gluten free, low on glycemic index, heart healthy and very tasty.
Melissa's Couscous is granular semolina, a coarsely ground, high-gluten Durum wheat (often used to make fine pasta).
Freekeh Grains and Mushrooms Grains of Distinction
Freekeh
Our Price: $14.80
Grains and Mushrooms
Our Price: $41.99
Grains of Distinction
Our Price: $18.99
Freekeh is a highly nutritious whole grain of the Mediterranean that has been a favorite in Arabian, Egyptian and North African cuisines for more than 2,000 years.
This collection of gourmet staples will fill your pantry with the bases for many nutritious, delicious, and flavorful meals.
Ancient origins meet modern demand for more nutritious and exciting varieties of grains.
Ground Flaxseed Organic Farro Pasta Duros Wheels
Ground Flaxseed
Our Price: $10.99
Organic Farro
Our Price: $14.99
Flaxseed turns out to be significantly higher in polyphenol antioxidants than fruits like blueberries or vegetables like olives.
The grain has a rich, nutty flavor and chewy bite. Delicious as a snack served with hot sauce, salsa, or try with fresh lime juice and a sprinkle of Don Enrique's Pico de Gallo seasoning powder.
Quinoa with Seasoning Packet Seed Coriander / Cilantro Entero Sesame Seeds / Ajonjoli
Quinoa is a complete protein with a higher protein content (13-20 percent) than any other grain. It supplies all the essential amino acids. Serve as a main vegetarian dish or as a side dish; in soups, salads, stuffing, stews, pilafs, and casseroles. Add sautéed vegetables and toasted almonds for a quick and delicious addition to any meal. Coriander enhances the flavor of meats, especially lamb, pork and chicken. It also matches with beans and gives a distinctive flair to soups. Sesame seeds are a key ingredient in Middle-Eastern, Far-Eastern, and Indian cooking.