Organic-Bio Amaranth Grains | เมล็ดผักโขม
Organic-Bio Amaranth Grains | เมล็ดผักโขม
Organic-Bio Amaranth Grains | เมล็ดผักโขม
Organic-Bio Amaranth Grains | เมล็ดผักโขม
Organic-Bio Amaranth Grains | เมล็ดผักโขม
Organic-Bio Amaranth Grains | เมล็ดผักโขม
Organic-Bio Amaranth Grains | เมล็ดผักโขม
Organic-Bio Amaranth Grains | เมล็ดผักโขม
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Organic-Bio Amaranth Grains | เมล็ดผักโขม

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Organic/Bio Amaranth Grains เมล็ดผักโขม

Weight : 500g / 1kg

Amaranth: The Timeless Treasure Grain

Amaranth, belonging to the genus Amaranthus spp., has its roots deeply embedded in ancient cultures. This grain has been revered and cultivated by civilizations like the Aztecs in Mexico for its nutritional richness and its integral role in their religious ceremonies. Boasting a mild, nutty flavor, amaranth offers versatility in culinary use, being a flavorful addition to a myriad of dishes.

Details:
Features:

  • Vegan: Amaranth grains do not contain any animal-derived ingredients, making them an excellent choice for those following a vegan lifestyle.
  • Gluten-free: Amaranth is naturally devoid of gluten, making it suitable for individuals with gluten sensitivities or celiac disease.
  • Organic: Our amaranth is grown without the use of synthetic fertilizers or pesticides, ensuring you get grains in their purest form.

Health Benefits:

  • Digestive Health: The dietary fiber content in amaranth supports healthy digestion and can assist in maintaining a healthy gut.
  • Bone Health: Amaranth is a source of calcium and magnesium, both essential minerals for bone density and health.
  • Protein Source: Amaranth provides a good amount of protein, supporting muscle growth and maintenance.

Product Usage:
Amaranth grains can be cooked similarly to rice or quinoa. It can also be popped, ground into flour, or sprouted.

Average Nutritional Facts (per 100 grams):

  • Macronutrients:
    • Carbohydrates: 65g
    • Protein: 14g
    • Fat: 7g
  • Micronutrients (significant amounts):
    • Iron: 29% DV
    • Magnesium: 40% DV
    • Phosphorus: 36% DV

Suggested Dosage for Efficacy:
2-3 tablespoons daily (about 30-45 grams).

Recipes:
Vegan Amaranth Porridge:

  • Ingredients: 1 cup amaranth grains, 3 cups almond milk, 1 tbsp maple syrup, fresh fruits, and nuts for topping.
  • Preparation: Bring almond milk to a boil, add amaranth, reduce heat, and simmer for 20-25 minutes. Stir in maple syrup.
  • Consumption: Serve warm, topped with fresh fruits and nuts.
  • Storage: Refrigerate in an airtight container for up to 3 days.

Quick Amaranth Snack Balls:

  • Ingredients: 1 cup popped amaranth, ½ cup peanut butter, 2 tbsp honey.
  • Preparation: Mix all ingredients in a bowl, shape into balls.
  • Consumption: Enjoy immediately.
  • Storage: Store in a cool, dry place for up to a week.

Amaranth Face Scrub:

  • Ingredients: Ground amaranth, olive oil, honey.
  • Preparation: Mix equal parts of each ingredient to form a paste.
  • Consumption: Not edible.
  • Storage: Use immediately.

Detox Amaranth Salad:

  • Ingredients: 1 cup cooked amaranth, mixed greens, cucumber slices, cherry tomatoes, lemon vinaigrette, 1 tbsp chia seeds.
  • Preparation: Toss all ingredients in a bowl.
  • Consumption: Consume chilled.
  • Storage: Refrigerate for up to 2 days.

Expired Amaranth Plant Feed:

  • In case your amaranth grains expire, they can be added to your garden soil. They act as a natural fertilizer and help nourish plants.

Conclusion:
Amaranth stands out not just for its ancient heritage, but also for its versatility, nutritional profile, and adaptability in various recipes. It is a must-have for anyone, from the health-conscious individual to the culinary enthusiast. With its myriad benefits, both culinary and health-wise, it's a grain that offers something for everyone.