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Forgotten Barnyard Millet Whole Grains - 900g
Forgotten Barnyard Millet Whole Grains - 900g

Forgotten Barnyard Millet Whole Grains - 900g

Rs. 300.00
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Barnyard millets are tiny white, round grains belonging to the millets family. It is the fastest growing millet producing yield in 6 weeks and has the highest iron content of all the millets. They are grown on a small scale in India, Japan, China and Korea.

The scientific name of Barnyard millet is Echinochloa esculenta. It is known as Sirithenaigal Kuthiravali in Tamil, Siridhanyalu Odalu in Telugu, Sridhanya Jhangora in Hindi, Siridhanyalu Udalu in Kannada, Bhagar in Marathi and Kavadapullu in Malayalam. 

Barnyard millets have a history of being consumed during fasting times in India especially during Navratri times. It is known by different names such as Vari, Varai, Bhagar, Samo, Samak rice, Sama ke chawal, Moraiyo, Morayo, Vrat ke chawal, Sanwa, Sawa, Upvas chawal among many others.

The grains are white in colour.

Barnyard millets are Non-GMO, native and indigenous grass species

  • They are naturally Gluten Free and hence very suitable for Coeliacs
  • They are Low in GI and hence suitable for diabetics
  • High in fibre content
  • Rich source of plant proteins
  • Barnyard millets have very good Iron content

Benefits of Barnyard Millet Whole Grains:

  • The high fibre content may help in increasing the efficiency of ductless glands such as pancreas, thyroid etc.,
  • May help in cleansing of liver & kidney. It is considered as an appropriate food for curing liver related diseases. For example, Jaundice.
  • Very good food for diabetics since Barnyard millets are low GI grains and does not cause any blood sugar spikes. They digest slowly and release the energy to the body in a regulated manner.

How to cook?

Soak Barnyard millet in water for an hour. Cook like rice in cooker. Rice can be replaced with millets in your staple diet, any rice dish can be made using Barnyard millets. You could also cook porridge, sprinkle millets over salads and soups.

Nutrition of Barnyard Millet:

Below is the nutrition chart of Barnyard millet for 1 serving of 80 grams:


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DISCLAIMER: These statements are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The result may vary from person to person. 

Forgotten Barnyard Millet Whole Grains - 900g

Forgotten Barnyard Millet Whole Grains - 900g

Rs. 300.00