Organic amaranth seeds
BIO AMARANTH SEEDS
Amaranth belongs to a group called pseudo-cereals, which are an important source of protein, fibre, vitamins and minerals. It is suitable for the preparation of porridges, salads, side dishes and soups.
100% pure and natural
All ingredients contained in the product are 100% pure and natural and non-synthetic.
Our ethical approach is based on respect for all living things = we have not, do not and will never in the future test our products on animals.
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Produced with Love
The product has been developed and produced in an atmosphere of love, harmony and with intent of giving benefit to all who use it.
This product is suitable for vegans. At no stage during development, testing or production of this item were animal or dairy products used.
The name amaranth is derived from the Greek word for immortal, unfading. The amaranth, or lovage, has been known and used by man for thousands of years. Along with corn and beans, it was one of the most widely grown crops at the time of the discovery of America. Amaranth was of great importance in the diet of the Aztecs, Mayans and Incas, who called it the miracle grain. The use of amaranth is particularly widespread in India, Nepal and China, where it is part of many traditional dishes. In the Czech Republic, it has been known and used since the 1990s.
Origin and cultivation
Amaranth is popular for its unpretentiousness and adaptability. Although this annual plant thrives mainly in warm and dry areas, it can adapt to any fluctuations in temperature and humidity. Due to its hardiness, amaranth can be grown all year round. Amaranth seeds ripen in late September/early October. The ripe seeds are harvested with a thresher and then cleaned and dried.
Amaranth belongs to a group called pseudo-cereals. Pseudo-cereals are an important source of protein, fibre, vitamins and minerals.
Suitable for the preparation of porridges, salads, side dishes and soups. Flour from ground amaranth can be used in the preparation of cakes, biscuits or pastries. Roasting gives amaranth seeds a pleasant, slightly nutty flavour.
Suitable for making porridges, salads, side dishes and soups. The flour from ground amaranth can be used in the preparation of gluten-free cakes, biscuits or pastries. Without salt.
Country of origin
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