The whole, ground brown millet can be cooked, because the hard shell is soft to the touch.
The millet sprouts you can in a Bud glass, easy self-pulling, and fresh enjoy. A night of soaking and Sowing. After 2-4 days of sprouts to harvest, and Sakat, vegetables, or bread to eat.
Brown millet* (100%)
|Energy:||1595 kJ / 377 kcal|
|– of which saturated fatty acids:||0.4 g of|
|– of which sugar:||1.4 g|
|Dietary fiber:||16.1 g of|
|Properties||Vegetarian, Vegan, Raw food, Gluten-free|
|Manufacturer||The Natural Grain Mill Werz, Stäffele Meadows 28-30, D-89522 Heidenheim|
|Countries of origin of the main ingredients||Germany (DE)|
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