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Yupik Teff Seeds are whole grains that originate from an ancient cereal grass! Mildly nutty in flavor, teff is seedy and crunchy in texture. Teff seeds are ideal for both baking and cooking applications. Buy teff seeds by 500g, kilo, or case to keep your cupboard well-stocked with this pantry... [Read more]
Per 30g / Par 30g
% Daily Value*
% Valeur quotidienne*
% Valeur quotidienne*
Lipids / Lipides 0.5g 1%
Saturated / Saturés 0.2g 1%
Trans / Trans 0g
Cholesterol / Cholestérol 0mg
Sodium / Sodium 3mg 0%
Carbohydrates / Glucides 19g 6%
Fibre / Fibres 2g 8%
Sucre / Sugars 0g
Protein / Protéines 4g
Vitamin A / Vitamine A 0%
Vitamin C / Vitamine C 0%
Calcium / Calcium 5%
Iron / Fer 8%
Paraguay, South Africa
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Yupik Teff Seeds are whole grains that originate from an ancient cereal grass! Mildly nutty in flavor, teff is seedy and crunchy in texture. Teff seeds are ideal for both baking and cooking applications. Buy teff seeds by 500g, kilo, or case to keep your cupboard well-stocked with this pantry essential!
HEALTH BENEFITS: The 411 on teff seeds!
Teff seeds are delicious, versatile, and filled with nutritional goodness! Here are some of the facts:
- Whole grain
- High in complex carbohydrates
- Excellent source of fiber, protein, iron, calcium, and vitamin C
Teff seeds become slightly gelatinous when cooked (similar to the consistency of polenta), which makes it perfect for both savory and sweet applications. Follow this basic Teff Seed Porridge recipe for a delicious and hearty breakfast! Top with berries, dried fruits, fresh fruits, yogurt, or nuts for any number of yummy combinations and added textures. For a savory spin on cooked teff seeds, add stock instead of milk, and the seasonings of your choice to create a creamy and nutritious bed/side dish for stews, roasts, braised dishes, and more! To avoid the gelatinous quality of teff, mix with similar grains, such as millet or quinoa! Uncooked teff can be added to baked goods with other grains or nuts to create healthy and delectable breads, muffins, cookies, granola, etc.
ABOUT TEFF: Did you know?
In Ethiopian cuisine, teff is ground into flour to make injera: a traditional and highly popular flat bread!
HOW TO STORE TEFF: Preserve freshness!
Store in a cool, dry place for up to 12 months.
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