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The versatility of this superfood makes it easy to bridge the gap between already established eating habits and increasingly nutritious food choices.
– Patricia Green and Carolyn Hemming
Sisters Patricia Green and Carolyn Hemming were brought up on strictly homemade baking, bringing dried seaweed and brown seedy bread in their school lunches while other kids ate perfectly symmetrical sandwiches made with white bread. Although they may have felt envious then, their mother’s healthy influence taught them that nothing could be better than the natural goodness of whole food.
Now years later they have written Quinoa 365: The Everyday Superfood. Patricia’s adventurous experimentation and insistence on creating great-tasting meals with the most nutritional impact combined with Carolyn’s critical eating habits have resulted in a book that showcases recipes for special occasions, weekday dinners, breakfasts and lunches, and even baby food! With intriguing history and nutritional characteristics of quinoa, you will soon learn why this superfood has sparked the interest of so many. Identified as one of the world’s healthiest foods, quinoa has a complete combination of all life-supporting nutrients, making it an ideal whole food to incorporate into your daily lifestyle. See what the experts say…
If you’ve got 15 minutes, you’ve got time to cook quinoa. With gorgeous food photography and time-saving icons that let you quickly identify if a recipe is gluten-free, kid-approved or vegetarian, you’ll want to try recipes like these from Quinoa 365 today:
- Moist Chocolate Cake – made with cooked quinoa seeds! No flour!
- Chocolate Quinoa Crepes with BananasBocconcini and Oregano Salad
- Beef Vegetable Quinoa Soup
- Lemon Poppy Seed Loaf
- Salmon and Red Quinoa on Asparagus with Lime Cilantro Sauce
Also available in French! (the book has a slightly different title) Quinoa Extra!
Winner of the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards, Canada
English Category, 2010.