Quinoa, fresh vegetables are tossed with a refreshing lemon vinaigrette for a colorful and delicious dish.
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Whole grains are the building blocks of a healthy diet. Not only are they full of vitamins and nutrients, there is plenty of research to support the fact that whole grains help to prevent disease, control weight and aid in digestion.
Many people seem to be at a loss when it comes to adding whole grains to their cooking. Grains are often perceived as being too difficult to cook or that they just take too much time to cook. And, after they are cooked, what does one do with them anyways?
In this lesson, you will learn about the anatomy of whole grains. You will be exposed to some common types of grains and learn how to buy grains and how to store both cooked and uncooked grains. You will also learn how to prepare grains for cooking and how to cook grains using the four main cooking methods. Finally, you will learn how to prepare grains in advance and easy ways to incorporate grains into your diet throughout the week. After this lesson, you will have no more excuses for not eating your grains!
This lesson includes access to the following text & instructional video recipes
This hearty, warm salad of wheat berries, sauteed mushrooms, oven-dried tomatoes and arugula is full of flavor.
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