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Real Foods Organic Black Quinoa

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About Organic Black Quinoa

Quinoa has been cultivated for around 6000 years, and is an excellent naturally Gluten-Free alternative to other grains. With the highest iron content of any grain, it is also rich in essential amino acids and vitamins A, B2 and E.

Black quinoa is slightly more fibrous in texture than white quinoa, and is crunchier when cooked. To prepare, rinse thoroughly under running water before cooking. Then, add 1 part quinoa to 2 parts water or stock, bring to the boil, then cover and simmer for 15 minutes.

Independent reviewer Mo of the Veggie Blackboard recommends making energy bars from them, simply cook half a cup of black quinoa (15 minutes) and let it cool. Blend together 2 tbsp of chia seeds, 1 small cup of frozen berries, 15 dates and 1/3 of a cup of dried cranberries. Leave out a few of the dried cranberries to decorate them with. Bake at 190 C/fan 170C/gas 5 for thirty minutes (depending on the thickness of the bar). Then melt 2 bits of dark chocolate and cover each bar, sprinkling on the remaining dried cranberries. Voila, a delicious power bar!

Looking for a different grain? Try our Real Foods Guide to Grains for some old favourites and new ideas.

Keen to find out more about Quinoa? Here's our guide on How Do I Cook Quinoa.

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Organic Black Quinoa ingredients: Black Quinoa Grain

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Alkalising Quinoa Tabouleh Recipe

Summary: Replace the couscous with quinoa and you get a protein packed and low GI tabouleh, but still as delicious as the original. Use red, black or tricolour quinoa for a really pretty looking dish.

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Vegan High Protein Wild Mushroom Quinoa Pilaf Recipe

Summary: This quinoa and wild mushroom pilaf only takes minutes to make, yet is sophisticated and delicious, equally perfect for a weeknight high protein dinner or to share with a health-conscious date. A great way to take advantage of wild mushroom season and go foraging or enjoy the seasonal offerings at your local farmers market or health food store.

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Jennifer Harrison I like to eat this black quinoa instead of rice because it is high in protein and because of its vibrant colour.

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