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  • 21. Ноя 2013

We don't have this cereal. inour country Please told us if you done any activity on International Year of Quinia 2013

The International Year of Quinoa
Quinoa can play an important role in eradicating hunger, malnutrition and poverty, FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva said at the official launch of the International Year of Quinoa at UN Headquarters. [more]
From staple to gourmet kitchen
Like the potato, quinoa was one of the main foods of the Andean peoples before the Incas. Traditionally, quinoa grain are roasted and then made to flour, with which different types of breads are baked.
It can also be cooked, added to soups, used as a cereal, made into pasta and even fermented to beer or chicha, the traditional drink of the Andes. When cooked it takes on a nut-like flavor.
Today quinoa also has a key role in the gourmet kitchen, but its use has also been extended to the pharmaceutical and industrial areas.
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http://www.fao.org/quinoa-2013/en/
activities
http://www.fao.org/quinoa-2013/activities/calendar/en/