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Quinoa is a highly nutritious food from South America that was once considered "the gold of the Incas." The Incas of South America considered quinoa sacred and used it in their rituals. They referred to it as ‘chisaya mama’ or mother of all grains, with the Inca emperor sowing the first seeds of the season using 'golden implements’. Quinoa is higher in amino acids and Quinoa is a highly nutritious food from South America that was once considered "the gold of the Incas." The Incas of South America considered quinoa sacred and used it in their rituals. They referred to it as ‘chisaya mama’ or mother of all grains, with the Inca emperor sowing the first seeds of the season using 'golden implements’. Quinoa is higher in amino acids and protein and can be easily substituted for almost any grain, as it is gluten free. Rich in proteins, iron, calcium, potassium, and copper, quinoa has been scientifically proven to help prevent type 2 diabetes, childhood asthma, heart diseases, gallstones and migraines. This book will provide you with some fundamentals about quinoa, including: a brief overview of the history of quinoa and the Inca civilization; why quinoa is considered a superfood; the various types of quinoa; how to buy and store bulk quinoa; how to grow quinoa; how to make homemade quinoa flour; and how to properly cook quinoa. You will also get 50 delicious and mouthwatering recipes that will highlight the remarkable versatility of quinoa. With these recipes, you will be able to make breakfast, salads, soups, main course meals, and even desserts. So isn’t it time that you discover the amazing health benefits of quinoa?


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Quinoa is a highly nutritious food from South America that was once considered "the gold of the Incas." The Incas of South America considered quinoa sacred and used it in their rituals. They referred to it as ‘chisaya mama’ or mother of all grains, with the Inca emperor sowing the first seeds of the season using 'golden implements’. Quinoa is higher in amino acids and Quinoa is a highly nutritious food from South America that was once considered "the gold of the Incas." The Incas of South America considered quinoa sacred and used it in their rituals. They referred to it as ‘chisaya mama’ or mother of all grains, with the Inca emperor sowing the first seeds of the season using 'golden implements’. Quinoa is higher in amino acids and protein and can be easily substituted for almost any grain, as it is gluten free. Rich in proteins, iron, calcium, potassium, and copper, quinoa has been scientifically proven to help prevent type 2 diabetes, childhood asthma, heart diseases, gallstones and migraines. This book will provide you with some fundamentals about quinoa, including: a brief overview of the history of quinoa and the Inca civilization; why quinoa is considered a superfood; the various types of quinoa; how to buy and store bulk quinoa; how to grow quinoa; how to make homemade quinoa flour; and how to properly cook quinoa. You will also get 50 delicious and mouthwatering recipes that will highlight the remarkable versatility of quinoa. With these recipes, you will be able to make breakfast, salads, soups, main course meals, and even desserts. So isn’t it time that you discover the amazing health benefits of quinoa?

30 review for Quinoa Recipes: The Ancient Superfood Cookbook

  1. 4 out of 5

    Julie Barrett

    Quinoa Recipes: The Ancient Superfood Cookbook We tried quinoa from a box package and loved it for the ease of making the dish and the flavor. Thought I'd find out more about this superfood and other combinations of things to put with it. Talks of the history of the product and where it's grown, and how it's evolved over the years. How to buy in bulk, grow it, substitute for rice, etc. So much information. Starts out with how to cook it and then the recipes, broken up into 3 Quinoa Recipes: The Ancient Superfood Cookbook We tried quinoa from a box package and loved it for the ease of making the dish and the flavor. Thought I'd find out more about this superfood and other combinations of things to put with it. Talks of the history of the product and where it's grown, and how it's evolved over the years. How to buy in bulk, grow it, substitute for rice, etc. So much information. Starts out with how to cook it and then the recipes, broken up into 3 meals of the day, along with soups, salads, etc. Such a variety of meals. Also very useful nutritional information is provided.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    There wasn't many recipes here, but they seem pretty easy as I read through the book. I will be trying some of them as I love Quinoa. I'm particularly interested in the breakfast and dessert recipes as I have never even thought about using Quinoa like that. It could contain more recipes to try, but great for beginners and a good introduction for those who don't know how to use it.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Danni

    I am interested in learning more about Quinoa. I have had some really tasty food with it. I just don't know very much about it.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lisa Brown

    Quinoa recipes Great recipes for both sweet and savory dishes, also recipes suitable for any meal. I'm glad I ordered this book.

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    Maria Miaoulis

    The author does a great job of introducing quinoa for readers who have never heard of it and includes some deliciously simple recipes for incorporating it into our daily diet.

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