grown. Often used as baby food, this mild, digestible grain is often
used by people on wheat free diets. It is creamy in color, round and
small - about one third the size of a peppercorn. It is a complete
protein and rich in lecithin & calcium. High in fiber.
Size: 1/2 cup cooked
129 Fat 1.5 g
Carbohydrate 22 g Dietary
Fiber 2 g
mg Protein 5 g
be eaten as a hot cereal, baked into bread or mixed with
vegetables and baked in a casserole like rice or other grains.
Basic cooking instructions: 1 cup millet to 4 cups water, simmer
30 to 35 minutes,. Remove from heat, fluff, let sit covered for
about 10 minutes.