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Ancient Harvest Quinoa Flakes, Organic and Gluten Free, 12-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 6)

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Ancient Harvest Quinoa Flakes, 12-Ounce Box

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  • Item Weight: 4.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B001JJXDSC
  • UPC: 089125412004
  • Item model number: 790196
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (87 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,942 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Organic Quinoa.

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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Kismet on November 7, 2011
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In East Africa, where I'm from, we have a porridge called Uji, which is essentially made from ground maize and millet. Very nutritious, even one of the first foods you give your baby when you're weaning him/her from milk. At our house, we're big fans of oatmeal, which we've cooked up with bananas (no honey, no sugar) and serve with blueberries, or with some adad lentils with a base sautee of onions, garlic, cloves, cinamon, and chilies. It's absolutely fab. My 20-month-old loves it that way. Until I bought quinoa flakes and made it for him that way--he loved it even more. Today, I made him some garlic peas and carrot hot cereal. Basically, boil the water, add in some peas and carrots (I'm sure corn and potatoes would be divine, too!), salt and pepper (or chili powder), and a chunk of minced garlic. Bring to a boil and then stir in the quinoa. I'm having mine with a dollop of homemade yogurt. Delicious!!!!!!
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Patti Cake on November 1, 2009
Ancient Harvest Quinoa Flakes cook up into a hearty hot cereal. They taste great on their own, sweetened or with butter. It cooks very fast, which is a definite plus. Just don't expect a texture like you'd get with whole quinoa. It's more a mush like well cooked cornmeal, but it's higher in protein.

For those who can't eat gluten or are allergic to wheat as I am, this makes a great substitute for Cream of Wheat. Actually I prefer the taste of the quinoa flakes.

BTW, I was happy to find it here at this price since the few times I was able to buy it at the store it was $5.99 per box.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By a consumer on May 21, 2011
Breakfast time in our household is very busy, so often I've been setting up our rice cooker with a timer the night before to cook hot cereal that's ready when we are. This works great, but we wanted to expand the cereal choices.

Not ready to order a multi-pack of Quinoa (pronounced keen-WAH), I got a single box of these Ancient Harvest Quinoa Flakes at the local health food store. It wasn't til I got home that I read on the box that a single serving (1/3 cup dry and 1 cup water) cooked in the microwave in only 2 and 1/2 mins. Cool. I was also pleased with the protein content - 4.3 grams per serving, not as good as oatmeal but better than all the other common hot cereal grains.

Not an issue for us, but if it is for you, you should know this cereal is gluten free, and per the manufacturer's website, processed in a gluten free facility, as well as Kosher and organic.

My husband found the taste a bit odd. I loved this cereal myself. To me the taste was ok, but the best part was the texture - it is extremely smooth and creamy, and a bit of Splenda and half and half made it perfect. It's far finer than Cream of Wheat or grits. The flakes really don't have a lot of taste which should make folks who like to creatively dress up their cereal happy, and if you like a chunkier breakfast there's always fruit and nuts to add if you want. If you have ever had bitter quinoa, you should know these are pre-washed and the bitter coating taken off, resulting in a very mild taste.

With this cereal, because of its quick cooking time, I don't use the rice cooker, just the microwave. It's no fuss, meaning a single stir when it's done is sufficient, you don't need to check and stir as you go.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Vegan Symphony on March 26, 2011
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I love these quinoa flakes...they are relatively easy to make (I just cook them in the microwave. They have a very unique, kind of nutty taste (I guess like quinoa) and can be made thick or thin. It has the texture of grits or cream of wheat and, like quinoa, is a great source of protein...and it's gluten free. I have served this for friends at a brunch and they loved it. I sometimes put warmed fruit (microwaved frozen berries) in it...and it is a great treat. Highly recommended and a great deal. Also, the boxes came with a very long shelf life, but I am sure that they will be gobbled up fairly soon.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By cheryl on April 29, 2013
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i love this food. i moisten it with milk and let sit for about a half n hour than add currants and yummy for the tummy. this price is out of this nation. i order six box to ensure i am stocked for a bit and all a person needs is a 1/3 of a cup or less. once it gets moist it expands. taste better than oatmeal
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Anna Walker on August 23, 2010
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I am a gluten free girl and finding safe grain alternatives has been a challenge. Ancient Harvest Quinoa Flakes are great for a hot breakfast cereal and are great to use in baking. I add chocolate chips to their banana muffin recipe for an easy healthy snack. I always have several boxes on hand.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Reve Parker on March 22, 2011
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When I first tasted quinoa flakes made as a hot cereal, I found them really bland. As I continued making the cereal, I found that this wasn't a bad thing but a completely blank canvas for me to create whatever flavor I wanted. It mixes well with honey as well as a combination of ginger and cinnamon. The quinoa flakes have a great texture, and the amount of water I use determines the thickness of the cereal. I haven't made muffins with the quinoa flakes yet, but there's a recipe provided on the box. For anyone eating a gluten-free or reduced gluten diet, I would definitely recommend this product. It's a great value for such a healthy, versatile food.
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