This gluten-free ancient grain is the fiber-rich ingredient you didn't know your yogurt needed

 12 months ago       179 Views

“I’m so stoked.

I made tzatziki, except the yogurt is vegan, and it’s made from cashews and…wait for it…millet.

That’s right—yogurt made out of the humble millet grain,” she says.

Though Britton did not share an exact recipe, I imagine it involves soaking the cashews and millet in a bowl of water overnight—just as you would when making cashew milk—and then blending the mixture with probiotic supplements, like in this easy recipe from Simple Vegan Blog.

Well, not only is it gluten-free, but it also contains an out-of-this-world 22 grams of protein per cup—in comparison, milk has just 8 grams for the same amount—and it’s loaded with fiber and iron, among many other nutrients and minerals.

Plus, it’s considered one of the oldest human foods in existence, and it can be ground into a flour to be used in baking or even cooked as a side, similar to rice or quinoa.

It’ll join the ranks of your pantry staples in no time.

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Author: @DailyCupofYoga

Source: wellandgood.com

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