Types of Whole Grains

Types of Whole Grains

Learn all about the popular whole grains like quinoa, buckwheat, farro and barley, as well as more unusual ones you may not have heard of. Lots of these grains are gluten free and can be enjoyed as part of a gluten-free diet. We explain the history and uses for each whole grain, along with some great recipe ideas.  

Grains as Mains is a fully illustrated cookbook, featuring 150 international recipes and helpful step-by-step photo sequences. It is perfect for health-conscious cooks or adventurous chefs looking to experiment with new ingredients.

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