Quinoa

  1. Compared to white quinoa, black quinoa has more of an earthy flavor and is slightly sweeter.  It tends to hold its shape better when cooked which makes it the perfect ingredient for cold salads. 
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  2. Tri-color quinoa is a blend of organic white quinoa, organic red quinoa and organic black quinoa. With a nutty, earthy flavor and beautiful diversity of color, tri-color quinoa is commonly used similar to rice as a side dish or in salads.  It is also
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  3. Compared to white quinoa, organic red quinoa has a richer taste, slightly chewier and heartier texture, and nuttier flavor. Organic red quinoa tends to hold its shape better during cooking so is commonly used in cold salads
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  4. Organic quinoa is commonly used similar to rice as a side dish or in salads.  It is also often used in baked goods such as as bread, bars and cereals. A member of the amaranth family, quinoa is an herbaceous annual plant grown for its edible seeds
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