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Botanical Name: Eragrostis tef
Production: Teff is one of the earliest domesticated plants and is mainly cultivated in Ethiopia, where it originates.
Qualities: Teff, a tiny round, gluten free grain, is a rich source of protein, dietary fiber, and manganese, and contains moderate amounts of thiamin, phosphorus, iron, magnesium, and zinc.
Common use: Teff can be used in many recipes both sweet or savory. Teff is also the main ingredient to prepare injera, a sourdough-risen flatbread.
Storage: keeps well in a sealed container in a cool, dry, and dark location
Disclaimer: This information is for educational purposes only and has not been evaluated by the CFIA or FDA. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. This product has been packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and other potential allergens.
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Teff is a nice easy nutritious delicious grain that I use mainly to make a northern version of grits. If there are leftovers they are poured into a shallow pan to cool & set then cubed up to thrown over salad or whatever needs a bit of protein or bulking out. Today its leftover bean salad that is of insufficient quantity................& voila there's enough for everyone. Easily ground into flour it is a nice nutritional addition to bread or especially pancakes.
Every day I take my coffee grinder and put 1/8 teaspoon of Teff and Kasha and grind into a powder. Then I wisk into 1 1/2 water and heat until boiling. I add 1 teaspoon of cinnamon and a tablespoon of blackstrap molasass. Then into a bowl to cool a bit. Then I add 2 tablespoons of flax meal and 2 tablespoons of almond flour... Let stand for a couple of minutes, mix and eat. It is a power packed meal! Fantastic taste. Fot a little extra flair put some blueberries on top. Amazing.
Daily morning breakfast blend
I wish it was organic, but maybe that’s just not an available option for Teff?I use it in my daily morning slow cooker blend of buckwheat groats, amaranth, teff, flax seeds, almonds, walnuts, hemp hearts, goji berries with almond milk.