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Whole Blue Corn (not treated)

Blue Corn has a deep blue color and when cooked a soft, firm texture. This corn is 1 cm in width and length. Corn was introduced to Europeans by Christopher Columbus on his return from the New World. It was originally known as Maize. This multi colored Corn, was mainly used as decoration, but is ...
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Whole Red Corn (not treated)

Red Corn has a deep red color and when cooked a soft, firm texture. This corn is 1 cm in width and length. Corn was introduced to Europeans by Christopher Columbus on his return from the New World. It was originally known as Maize. This multi colored Corn, was mainly used as decoration, but is n...
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$7.99

Black Barley Grain

Black Barley is also known as Purple Hull-less Barley. Originally from Ethiopia, this variety has not been raised until recently because of the low yield. A farmer in Montana decided to take a risk. This is actually the only grain that can go from field to table without being processed, because t...
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$7.10

Whole Giant White Corn (not treated)

Giant White Corn has a slight yellowish white color and when cooked a soft, firm texture. This Corn is 1-1/2 cm in width and length. Giant White Corn is a unique breed which adds uniqueness to any dish with it's size. Corn was initially introduced to Europeans by Christopher Columbus on his retu...
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$6.30

Brown Maskal Teff Grain

Maskal Teff, Brown. The Ancient Grain of Ethiopia. Teff is a delicious grain with high quality complex carbohydrates, proteins, minerals and fiber. Teff grain can be eaten as cereal or polenta. Brown Maskal Teff is rich in flavor with a subtle nutty aftertaste. Ivory Teff is milder in taste, b...
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$3.55

Pearled Barley

Pearled means lightly milled, or refined, to remove part or all of the germ and bran, but retains its endosperm (a substance which inhibits cholesterol formation). Pearled barley has a mild flavor and is chewy, less nutritious than whole barley. Once cooked, it can be used in salads, to thicken s...
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Millet Grain

Often used as baby food, this mild, digestible grain is often used by people on wheat free diets. It is creamy in color, round and small - about one third the size of a peppercorn. It is a complete protein and rich in lecithin & calcium. High in fiber. Nutrition Facts Serving Size: 1/2 ...
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Ivory Maskal Teff Grain

Maskal Teff, Ivory The Ancient Grain of Ethiopia. Teff is a delicious grain with high quality complex carbohydrates, proteins, minerals and fiber. Teff grain can be eaten as cereal or polenta. Brown Maskal Teff is rich in flavor with a subtle nutty aftertaste. Ivory Teff is milder in taste, bu...
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$4.15

Oat Groats

These are whole oats with only the outer husk removed. Oat groats may be cooked whole or ground into flour. Oatmeal is made by steaming and then rolling these whole groats. Stabilized, not for sprouting. Nutrition Facts Serving Size: 1/2 cup cooked Nutrient Amount Calories 121 Fat ...
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Yellow Popcorn

Traditional whole yellow popcorn. Kernels are plump and fresh to pop up well. Yellow popcorn is a traditional favorite served with soup, fruit or as a party munchie. Yellow popcorn pops the largest kernels. Store unpopped corn in a cool, dry place. Nutrition Facts Serving Size: 1/2 cup c...
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