Cleopatra may have been first but you, too, can experience the nutty flavor and chewy texture of sorghum. Ancient grains like sorghum are making a big comeback as people are gravitating to eating healthier, more simple foods.
Other nutritious grains experiencing a renaissance include quinoa, millet, teff and amaranth. Try them in place of rice, or grind them into flour for cakes, breads and other baked goods. You also can now find them in cereals, breakfast bars and other items on the shelves at your local store. You don’t have to be gluten-free to enjoy these tasty, wholesome grains.
– Jane Dvorak, SLJ 100 Communications