Quinoa seeds are fully digestible

Quinoa for grain intolerance

Those who cannot tolerate cereal products are often helpless and no longer know what to eat. Quinoa is gluten-free and therefore wonderfully suitable for people with gluten allergies and those with grain intolerances such as wheat allergies. Quinoa can be eaten in the form of muesli and as an accompaniment to vegetables and salads. Nobody misses pasta and cereal flakes that are difficult to digest.

Quinoa for candida infections, blood sugar problems and obesity

Quinoa candida mushrooms also do not provide a basis for life like wheat products and all baked goods do. The glycemic index of quinoa is very low, which means that only a small part of the carbohydrates in quinoa pass into the blood in the form of sugar. This makes them an excellent food for anyone struggling with blood sugar or weight problems.

The preparation of quinoa

Quinoa can be eaten almost like grain, either raw or cooked. Basically, quinoa is rinsed well under running water before any type of preparation. Quinoa - just like cereals - can be ground and soaked for fresh "grain" mueslis. Some roast the whole grain and add it to muesli or salads.

However, the best known and most popular way to enjoy quinoa is to cook it in a manner similar to rice. To do this, quinoa is briefly boiled in twice the amount of water and then simmered at a low temperature for about 10 minutes. You then take it off the stove and cover it for another 10 minutes or more. Just be careful not to over-cook quinoa. The granules then become too soft and lose their bite. The taste also clearly suffers in this case.

If you've done everything right, which is by no means difficult, quinoa has a wonderfully nutty taste and tastes heavenly with nothing but a little high-quality organic butter or a little linseed oil and a pinch of sea or rock salt. Serve with lightly cooked broccoli and diced avocado.

Quinoa can also be prepared cold - similar to rice salad. Add organic tomatoes cut into cubes, chopped spring onions or chives and a marinade made from linseed oil, lemon juice and herb salt. Dishes with quinoa are incredibly quick to prepare, fill you up and leave a light, but extremely satisfied feeling in the whole body.

Recipes with quinoa

In our portal you will find a large selection of delicious quinoa recipes. We have put together many quinoa recipes for you here.

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