INGREDIENTS: Teff Grain
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
HOW TO COOK: Boil 2 cups of water. Add 1/2 cup of Teff grain (add salt to taste if you wish). Cover, reduce heat to low and simmer for 15-20 minutes, stirring occasionally, until water is absorbed.
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HEALTH BENEFITS OF TEFF
High Nutritional Value
Teff grain is high in protein with a great combination of eight essential amino acids needed for the body’s growth and repair. It has high amounts of calcium (1 cup of cooked teff offers about 1/2 cup of calcium found in cooked spinach), manganese, phosphorous, iron, copper, aluminum, barium, thiamin, and vitamin C (which is not normally found in grains). The iron from Teff is easily absorbed, and is also recommended for people with low blood iron levels.
Teff is a gluten-free grain so it can be a great alternative for those living with Celiac Disease, having gluten intolerance or choosing a gluten-free lifestyle.
Manage Blood Sugar
If you’re diabetic, you might want to consider adding Teff to your diet to control blood sugar levels. Teff contains approximately 20 to 40 per cent “resistant starches,” and has a relatively low glycemic index (GI).
The fiber content in this tiny little grain can help regulate your bowel movements, and keep you feeling fuller for longer.
No Sodium & No Fat
Teff is also great for lowering blood pressure and maintaining a heart healthy diet.
Teff is Versatile
Teff is a versatile grain and can be eaten whole, steamed, boiled or baked. Today, Teff is found in a variety of products like pancakes, breads, cereals, snack bars and many other foods.