- — Gluten Free
- — Non-GMO, Organic
- — Raw, Vegan
Food to Live’s Sorghum Grain are small round white groats produced in the USA. Also known as great millet, Indian millet, milo, broom corn, or durra – sorghum cereal is highly versatile and super nutritious. It is important to mention that our Organic Sorghum Grain is Certified Gluten-Free under GFCO requirements. It is packaged and stored in a gluten-free facility, thus presents no likelihood of cross-contamination with wheat. Moreover, these gluten-free white groats are also perfectly suitable for vegans and vegetarians.
Nutritional Value of Organic Whole Grain Sorghum
Not only is Food to Live’s Organic Sorghum gluten-free, but it is also high in protein and dietary fiber. Noteworthy, it has a low glycemic index, contains no saturated fats, and has zero cholesterol. Gluten-Free Sorghum contains Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium, Zinc, Copper, and Selenium. It is also an excellent source of B-complex, E, and K Vitamins. Moreover, it is abundant in Polyphenols – potent antioxidants with anti-inflammatory properties. To sum up, consuming Organic Gluten-Free Sorghum Grain may lower blood cholesterol, strengthen bones, improve mood, and better digestion.
What is Organic Gluten-Free Sorghum Great for
Once cooked, Gluten-Free Durra has a chewy texture and mild earthy flavor that resembles wheat berries. You can cook it as any other whole-grain cereal in place of wheat, quinoa, rice, or couscous. It tastes delicious on its own or accompanied by roasted veggies. It is also a great side dish to meat, fish, and gravies. Sorghum can be cooked as morning porridge instead of usual oatmeal and served with a variety of nuts, fruit, honey, cinnamon, or other sweet toppings.
Furthermore, you can mill Sorghum Grains into Gluten-Free Sorghum flour and use it for baking bread, cookies, or other desserts. It can substitute Wheat flour, Buckwheat flour, Amaranth flour, Almond Flour, and Corn Starch.
Finally, you can turn Gluten-Free Broom Corn into tasty Sorghum Popcorn and enjoy it as a healthy popcorn substitute. Popped Sorghum, also known as Popped Jowar Dhani can be easily prepared using a stovetop or a microwave. For the stovetop method, heat a covered pot and add sorghum grains while shaking them occasionally inside. If using the microwave method, place the grains into a brown paper bag, close tightly, and heat for about 2 min on high.
How to cook Organic Gluten-Free Sorghum Seeds
1. Add sorghum and water into a saucepan in a ratio of 1:3;
2. Bring to boil, and turn to low heat;
3. Let it simmer for roughly 1 hour or until grains are tender;
4. Stir occasionally and add water if needed;
5. Once it’s ready, remove any excess liquid and serve.
How to store Organic Raw Milo Seeds
Organic Raw Milo Seeds should be stored tightly sealed in a package, in a cool, dry place. Given its long-term storage, consider Organic Sorghum bulk options.