- — Non-GMO, Kosher, Vegan — Rich in Selenium — Contains Copper and Phosphorus
Organic Amaranth Flakes is not your regular type of grain cereal. First of all, amaranth isn’t a grain at all; it’s from the same family of plants as quinoa. Therefore, it’s completely gluten-free. It also has a much higher content of essential vitamins and minerals compared to regular grains.
Organic Flaked Amaranth is rich in fiber and protein. It also contains lysine, an element that boosts your brain, and polyunsaturated fatty acids. Note that this not-really-a-grain is rich in calcium and even contains vitamin C.
Organic Rolled Amaranth Flakes are made by heating and then rolling the seeds down flat. There is no additional processing, so you get to enjoy the many nutrients that amaranth contains. Moreover, the flakes retain their naturally nutty and a bit of earthy flavor.How to Cook and Eat Organic Amaranth Flakes
You can enjoy organic flaked amaranth the same way you would any grain flakes. It means you can add amaranth to your morning cereal mix, granola, or muesli. You can also use the flakes when baking or making pancakes. You can use organic rolled amaranth flakes as a thickener in soups and stews.
Note that amaranth can be used as a wheat flour substitute in gluten-free flour mixes. You can grind the flakes into flour or add them as they are to some types of dough. When mixed with wheat flour, you can replace up to 25% of it with amaranth to give your baked goods a softer texture and enhance their flavor. Remember that adding Organic Amaranth Flakes to any meal will boost its content of fiber, protein, calcium, and magnesium.Ingredients: ORGANIC AMARANTH FLAKESStorage Time: Up to 1.5 yearsCountry of Origin: PeruPackaged in: the USAStore in: Cool, Dry PlaceAllergy Info: Packaged in a Facility That Also Processes Tree Nuts, Wheat, and Sesame