FORGOTTEN FOODS Little millet is also called as king of cereals because of its rich nutrition content. It is a very reliable crop in view of its resistance to pests/diseases, to adverse agro-climatic conditions of high drought as well as water logging. It was grown throughout India and is a traditional crop of South India.
The scientific name of Little millet is Panicum sumatrense. Known as Saame in Kannada, Samai in Tamil, Samalu in Telugu and Kutki in Hindi.
The seed is dull white color in appearance
- It is high dry insoluble fiber
- It is a good source of plant proteins
- High in anti-oxidants and phosphorus
- Low in GI and hence suitable for diabetics
It may be a complete solution for issues related to reproductive systems. While it repairs ovary related issues and harmonal imbalances in women, it improves the reproductive strengths in men.
Soak for half hour in water. Cook in a pressure cooker. Rice can be replaced with millets in your staple diet, any rice dish can be made using millets.
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Forgotten Little millet - 900g