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Rice is the world’s most important grain

Rice is the staple food of almost half the world’s population and is widely grown throughout the tropical, and some temperate regions of the world.

The rice we know today was once a wild grass, but over many generations farmers have used selective breeding to increase the size of the rice grain and the places it will grow.

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One of the world’s oldest foods and a food staple for millions

Bread is most commonly made by baking a dough made from of flour, water and yeast. There are almost infinite combinations of different flours and proportions of ingredients to produce breads for different purposes and tastes. Bread may be served in different forms at any meal of the day, eaten as a

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Wheat Grass Juice

Raw power – as a part of a cleansing or recovery program

Wheat grass is the raw grass of the common wheat plant (Triticum Aestivum). It is consumed by either juicing or drying it into powder form. If consumed in the form of juice, it will provide chlorophyll, amino acids, minerals, vitamins, and enzymes. As the chlorophyll molecule is structurally similar to hemoglobin, wheatgrass helps

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A super grain high in protein

Quinoa or Kinwa has been an important food for 7,000 years in the Andes of South America and was considered sacred by the Inca Empire. But after the Spanish conquest, quinoa like amaranth was relegated to the status of animal feed by Spanish colonists and it almost disappeared as barley, wheat, potatoes and corn became

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A super grain high in protein

Amaranth (Amaranthus) is an erect summer annual that often grows to more than 6 feet tall. It was cultivated by the Aztecs in what is now Mexico and it is similar to quinoa. After the Spanish conquest, the growing and use of amaranth was banned by Spanish colonists, however it remained in limited use and continued to grow

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