Take your day to heights with our versatile Quinoa Flakes. As easy as instant oatmeal, and packed with the complete protein of quinoa, these flakes are a family-friendly, naturally gluten-free substitute for your morning oats with potential for so much more Try them in desserts, baked goods or even as a substitute for breading, these powerful Flakes really can do it all.
Know anything about red quinoa? Well, your taste buds are about to get a serious education. Grab a box of our organic Inca Red Quinoa and discover why we can’t get enough of this wholesome, gluten-free ancient grain.
This Organic Microwaveable Heat-and-Eat Quinoa is soon to become your family’s favorite. Whether you're looking to create delicious sides or build a main course, your family will request this incredible ancient grain again and again. Nutritious food has never been so irresistible- or easy! With 11g of protein per serving, Made with Coconut oil and No rice or fillers. Organic.
This is the grain that started it all. Our organic, whole grain Traditional Quinoa is everything you’re looking for in a meal and more. Complete, plant-based protein? Check. Great taste and texture? You bet. Gluten-free? But of course. Our washed and rinsed quinoa is ready for anything sweet or savory, dinner or dessert, it’s got you covered.
It was only a matter of time before we brought all three varieties of quinoa together into one tri-color combo. Get a taste of organic white, red and black grains in our Harmony blend of washed and rinsed organic quinoa.
Obviously, we love ourselves some quinoa, so it was only a matter of time before we brought all three varieties of this gluten-free ancient grain into one tri-color combo. Get a taste of organic white, red and black seeds in our Quinoa Harmony Blend.
This is the grain that started it all. Our organic, whole grain Traditional Quinoa is everything you’re looking for in a meal and more. Complete, plant-based protein? Check. Great taste and texture? You bet. Gluten-free? But of course.
Description "Nutty" flavored Spelt is combined with fruit juice sweeteners in this whole grain organic cereal. Arrowhead Mills Spelt Flakes offer you a good source of fiber and a low fat way to revitalize and energize your body.
Description WHOLE GRAIN AMARANTH (a-mah-ran-th) is an ancient "grain" that is an excellent source of fiber. Being thousands of years old doesn't keep this "grain" from combining with other ingredients to create delicious flavorful soups, breads and even dressing.
Description With its hard outer layers removed, Arrowhead Mills Pearled Barley is a chewy, delicately flavored grain that is very versatile - not just for mushroom barley soups! Serve it as a tasty pilaf, in a pudding, or even as a breakfast cereal benefiting from this nutritious grain.
Our Quinoa Multigrain Organic Creamy Hot Breakfast is not only Certified Gluten-Free and Organic but is NON-GMO Project Verified and OU Kosher. Made with whole grain brown rice, flax, and the ancient grain, quinoa, this oat free hot breakfast option is a good source of fiber and an excellent source of ALA, containing 740mg of ALA per serving (46 % of the 1.6 g Daily Value for ALA). Each carton contains 6 unsweetened, fully customizable single-serve 40g packets- each of which provides 27g of whole grains! Sounds like a deliciously premium base for all your creative combinations from sweet to savory!
Description Our "Sprouted" Spelt is sprouted and stone ground on site to ensure no rancidity and maximizes freshness. Don't be fooled by the light texture of this bread- there is whole grain goodness in every bite. The light and delicate nature of our breads in comparison to others you may find- is due to the stone milling process we use to prepare fresh flour daily. The sprouting process combined with the naturally occurring high water solubility of spelt grain aid in the ease of digestion. Our customers refer to our breads as "the feel good bread"- which is exactly what they were created to do. A bread you can feel good about!
Couscous is a traditional North African and Middle Eastern dish made from precooked coarsely ground semolina, the rich endosperm extracted from durum wheat. Think of it as tiny little pastas. Then, remind yourself that is cooks "table ready" in a scant 5 minutes. Our Golden Couscous has a slightly nutty flavor and hearty texture. Golden Couscous is high in protein and can be a delicious alternative to traditional pastas and white rice. Use it as a bed for stew, meat or vegetables (the way Moroccans do), stir into salads, or use as an entrée with your favorite pasta sauce. It will absorb the flavors of whatever spices or sauce you are using, making it versatile for most dishes you'd use rice or other pastas with. It can also be combined with fruit, almonds, cinnamon and sugar for a simple dessert. Find wonderful recipes for couscous under the recipe section.
Discover the whole grain goodness of amaranth. This tiny "grain"—actually a seed—has a rich history dating back 8,000 years, when it was first cultivated in Mesoamerica. The ancient Aztecs relied on amaranth as a food staple and used it in religious rituals, earning it the names “super grain of the Aztecs” and “golden grain of the gods.” In the 1500s, Spanish conquistadors attempted to outlaw amaranth in an effort to convert and control the Aztecs. Lucky for us, their efforts proved unsuccessful due to amaranth’s amazing ability to grow quickly and thrive in less-than-ideal soil, making it nearly impossible to extinguish. Amaranth is a gluten-free food and a source of complete protein—it contains all the essential amino acids, including lysine, which is lacking in most grains. High in fiber and a good source of magnesium and iron, Amaranth is a spectacular addition to your diet. This little powerhouse is perfect for gluten free and vegan diets. Amaranth has an earthy, nutty flavor and can be cooked and used in breads to give a boost of nutrition and a crunchy texture. Try popped amaranth for a unique breakfast cereal or to make the Mexican candy, Alegria. Amaranth can also be cooked as porridge, used to make polenta or added to soups. If you like gardening, try planting a few amaranth seeds in your yard. The amaranth flower is truly breathtaking. Don’t plant too many, however, or you may see your garden become an amaranth crop.
Quinoa (prounounced keen-wa) was a staple food for the South American Indians living in the high altitudes of the Andes Mountains. It was immensely popular because it was one of few crops that could survive in such high altitudes (10,000 - 20,000 feet above sea level). It could withstand frost, intense sun and the often dry conditions that characterized the Andean climate. It was also recognized for its superior nutritional qualities. For these reasons, it was dubbed mother of all grains by the Incas, so much so that it came to have spiritual significance for them. Many traditions and ceremonies surrounded the cultivation, harvest and consumption of quinoa. Quinoa is a “pseudo-grain”—actually a gluten-free seed, but used in cooking like a whole grain. This nutrient-rich grain is a wonderful source of complete protein, providing all of the essential amino acids. It is also a good source of dietary fiber. Naturally gluten free, this powerful little grain is a great addition to any diet, but is an ideal solution for those following a gluten free, vegan or vegetarian diet that are looking to increase their protein and fiber. Quinoa is delicious on its own and the earthy flavor of quinoa makes it ideal for pilafs, soups and salads. Unlike many whole grains, quinoa takes very little time to prepare and can be substituted anywhere whole grains are used. It is a nutritious alternative to couscous and white rice in most recipes. Use it for a hot breakfast cereal or add uncooked quinoa to breads for a delightful crunch. Why be boring with macaroni salad for your next potluck? Our simply titled, Quinoa Salad is one of our most popular recipes and sure to impress your friends and prove your culinary expertise. Mix up your dinner menu with our Sopa de Quinoa, a South American soup that is sure to warm your insides and nourish your soul. No matter how you serve it, quinoa is a wonderful addition to your menu. Our quinoa has been thoroughly rinsed and air dried to remove the naturally occurring bitter saponins.
Organic Red Quinoa is native to South America, is a "pseudo-grain" - actually a gluten-free seed, but used in cooking like a whole grain. This amazing plant was domesticated thousands of years ago near Lake Titicaca, high on the plateaus of the Andes, and it was a mainstay in the diet of the ancient Incas. Red quinoa is delicious on its own and in pilafs, soups and salads; the beautiful color elevates even the simplest dish. Our red quinoa has been thoroughly rinsed and air dried to remove the naturally occurring bitter saponins.
Organic Tricolor Quinoa is native to South America, is a "pseudo-grain" - actually a gluten-free seed, but used in cooking like a whole grain. This amazing plant was domesticated thousands of years ago near Lake Titicaca, high on the plateaus of the Andes, and it was a mainstay in the diet of the ancient Incas. Tricolor quinoa is delicious on its own and in pilafs, soups and salads; the beautiful color elevates even the simplest dish. Our tricolor quinoa contains red, white and black quinoa and has been thoroughly rinsed and air dried to remove the naturally occurring bitter saponins.