Quinoa convert

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2006/07/19 17:24:31 (permalink)

Quinoa convert

Dunno if I spelt that right, but I love this stuff ATM.

I'm switching between it and cous cous for my PPWO meal, has a really good flavour to it without seasoning. Doesn't dry out like cous cous seems to either.

I must confess to feeling a little bit dirty for eating it as that Gillian McKeith (sorry, Dr Gillian McKeith LOL) always bangs on about it, but it does taste bloody nice with my chicken, onion, spinache, pepper and olive additions.

Pretty easy to cook too, one cup (which does me about 4 meals) with 2 cups water brought to the boil and then simmer until water is absorbed, Quinoa goes opaque and the kernel starts to seperate

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    Tony Barnes
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    RE: Quinoa convert 2006/07/19 17:34:40 (permalink)
    Very tasty, can be cooked by an undertrained chimp & very nutritious. Good stuff IMO.
    Olympian Member
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    RE: Quinoa convert 2006/07/19 17:59:13 (permalink)
    I dont like the taste much at all. I didnt use any seasoning because I am lazy. I dont like cous cous much either.
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