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Few good grains left, but what about teff?
Few good grains left, but what about teff? Teff is one of the smallest grains in the world, and it’s also one of the oldest, having been around for more than four thousand years. If you’re leading a gluten-free lifestyle, you may want to consider adding teff to your diet. Teff is a gluten-free grain-the seed of an Ethiopian grass-,which may be added to baked goods to add flavor, texture and nutrition, or enjoyed as a side dish or cereal. Click to learn more and get your recipe!
Teff and Millet – November Grains of the Month
Teff Grain Nutritional Value of Teff This whole grain is high in protein, carbohydrates, and fiber. It also has a great amino acid profile, including all 8 essential amino acids (the building blocks of the human body). This means its protein is high quality, like milk or meat. It is also rich in calcium and iron. It is free of sugar, too, meaning it has no sugar content.
Can't wait to make this for my sister who's likely highly-sensitive to gluten but hasn't been tested. "...but what else is there to eat?" Sweet Potato Bread with Chocolate Chips Whole Grain English Muffins Sorghum & Teff Dinner Rolls Deep Dish Chicago Style Pizza Crust Bacon & Sage Popovers Check out realsustenance.com
Dark Teff Sandwich Bread
Dark Teff Sandwich Bread - 1 ½ cups warm water 1 package dry active yeast (2 ¼ teaspoons) 1 teaspoon organic cane sugar or maple sugar 4 T extra virgin olive oil or grapeseed oil 3 T honey or maple syrup 2 T ground flax seeds 2 cups teff flour ½ cup arrowroot powder ½ cup tapioca flour 1 ½ teaspoons xanthan gum 1 ¼ teaspoons sea salt. 350º 35-40min