Organic Kaniwa Seeds - Non-GMO Canihua Grain, Kosher, Raw, Vegan, Sproutable, Bulk, Rich in Protein, Dietary Fiber - by Food to Live
Organic Kaniwa Cooking and Storage Instructions
You don't need to soak or wash whole kaniwa grain before cooking. Please put it in a pot using one part kaniwa seed and two parts water, broth, or milk. Then, bring it to a boil and let simmer. It should be cooked within 15-20 minutes when all liquid is absorbed. The grains won't be fluffy and won't thicken like millet. The texture will be a bit firm and crunchy. That's why organic Kaniwa makes an excellent ingredient for salads. It also goes well with curry or in a pilaf. In essence, you can use Kaniwa as a substitute for any other whole grain in recipes. You can also make a wonderful breakfast porridge using organic kaniwa super grain. For this, you'll need to cook it with milk. Cook longer, for about 25-30 minutes, so the seeds become mushy. Then, add some fruits, honey, and nuts and enjoy a nutritious breakfast. It would be best if you stored kaniwa seed in an airtight container in your pantry. Keep it dry and cool to extend shelf life.
Shipping & Returns
Shipping & Returns
Shipping Time: Most orders received before 3:00 PM EST will ship not later than the next business day, provided the product ordered is in stock. Most orders received after 3:00 PM EST will ship not later than the second business day. Orders are not processed or dispatched on Sunday. For more information check our Shipping & Return Policy
Store in a cool,dry place away from Moisture, Light, Oxygen
Food to Live was created to give people easy access to delicious and wholesome foods.
We offer a wide range of organic and raw foods that would be a great addition to any diet.
We choose products that can positively impact the body, such as dried fruits, nuts, seeds, grains, powders, flours, spices, and legumes.