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Re: FATFREE Digest V98 #312

I like millet.  I have it for breakfast with a little soy milk, raisins
and an orange.  It is grainy yet it lumps.  Chewing millet brings out
the flavor.  I also make millet balls with tomato sauce.  I sautee some
spinach and onions, mix it with cooked  millet and 1/4 C flour (to bind)
and shape.
Bake until lightly brown.  If I don't have the time to shape, I place
the mixture in a pan and after baking it, cut it into squares. It is
different, but I find it very tasty.  I may add some vanilla flavoring
to my morning meal.  One cup of millet to 3 cups of water is the cooking
ratio and yields approximately 3 cups of cooked millet. I understand
millet  has the highest protein content of any grain.

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