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Alter Eco - Organic Royal Black Quinoa - 14 oz
- Certified fair trade ingredients.
- Wild, crunchy, and beautiful supergrain of the Andes.
- Complex, protein rich, ancient grain Royal Black quinoa.
- Exclusively harvested by ANAPQUI Cooperative from Altiplano, Bolivia.
- Organic, non-GMO, gluten-free, carbon neutral, and sustainablely sourced.
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Cooking Instructions1 cup quinoa + 1 cups liquid = 4 servingsRinse quinoa under cold water until water runs clear. Place quinoa and water or stock in a medium saucepan.Bring to a boil, reduce to a simmer, cover and cook until liquid is absorbed and germ has spiraled out, about 20 minutes.Flavor tip: Before adding liquid, saut quinoa in pan with a dash of olive oil until slightly toasted, about five minutes.
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Top Customer Reviews
An important part of my healthy diet, Alter Eco is a blessing since it's in organic form and a Fair Trade product where other quinoas never come in Fair Trade form regardless of the color of quinoa. Fair Trade is more expensive than none Fair Trade product. I just wish it was a Fair Trade product since many producers sell organic which is the most common form of quinoa sold anywhere but a very limited Fair Trade organic quinoa and this certainly is not although a good quinoa. Prices of red quinoa has been going up to $10 a pound, which is the most expensive quinoa, than black, rainbow and yellow. Bravo, bravo, bravo.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I found I did not like the black quinoa. Prefer the white. The black is to fine and sticks between the teeth worse than millet.Published 6 months ago by Illene Covarrubias