Using Mexico’s Most Ancient Grain: Amaranth

Amaranth, an edible plant with quinoa-like seeds, has been growing in Mexico for nearly 5,000 years and provides those who eat it with nutrients like protein and amino acids. Despite its adaptability and versatility, many Mexicans overlook its distinct culinary potential.

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