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37 Quinoa baking web page - 35 Amazing Quinoa Baking Recipes for the family - cover

37 Quinoa baking web page - 35 Amazing Quinoa Baking Recipes for the family

Mary Keating Quinoa

Publisher: Publishdrive

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Packed with Vitamins, Minerals and Essential Nutrients, Quinoa still remains an unknown food to most people… A lot of people have skipped over this delicious gluten free, protein packed grain without knowing just how amazing it is. This book provides over 30 delicious recipes so that you can get more quinoa in your diet. Every recipe tastes amazing and is simple to make. You will never guess all the delightful dishes you can whip up with quinoa… How does eating pancakes, muffins, quesadillas, soups, burgers and much.The biggest thing for many people is that quinoa is gluten free. That is a blessing for people with celiac or those with gluten sensitivities. It is high in protein which is great for vegetarians and vegans who need that additional protein in their diet.
 
A cup of cooked Quinoa contains the following nutritional components:
 
- 8.14g of protein- 39.4 g of total carbs- 5.2g of dietary fiber- 3.55g of unsaturated fat- 2.76mg of Iron- 118mg of Magnesium- 2.02mg of Zinc
 
Discover Quinoa Recipes for Rapid Weight Loss: 35 Delicious, Quick & Easy Recipes to Help Melt Your Damn Stubborn Fat Away! Quinoa is one of the most versatile basic ingredient and indisputably one of the healthiest. Whether you are looking for a new health breakfast or a fancy food composition for elegant occasions, quinoa is there to help. There’s little wonder why quinoa—a gluten-free, superfood rich in protein and antioxidants—has transformed from obscure ancient seed into modern healthy food.

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