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What is Teff? Uses and Health Benefits of Teff

Teff is a cereal grain native to Africa and Arabia. It is sold in large health food stores and grocery stores in the form of flour or whole grain. These grains are so small that dropped grains can hardly be identified. The fine grains grow on long, thin stems of annual grass categorized in the genus Eragrostis. Due to its size it can be transported very easily. In Ethiopia it is a vital part of most people’s diet. It is especially cultivated for animal fodder. It is an absolute nutritional punch. The grain has an excellent balance of amino acids, and is rich in calcium and iron

by Margaret Walker on Wed, 02/09/2011 - 04:14

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