Having just finished dinner and still feeling hungry it was time to be creative…
Avoiding the biscuit tin and various fab flavours of crisps, I went to the quinoa jar and decided on the healthy option.
I’ve been experimenting with quinoa recently, and have found some really superb recipes.
(Follow the link on “quinoa” above for more information on this “grain” – after searching around I found this to be the most comprehensive and concise explanation).
So why quinoa? Personally, I use it instead of couscous from time to time because it’s a protein that looks like a carb and I can use it in a similar way to couscous and keep my carbs intake low. From a well-being point of view, from what I’ve read, Qunioa is a very healthy “grain” and it’s quick and easy to prepare.
Whilst writing this blog, my quinoa has finished cooking and I’m off to add some bits to make it more like a mini-meal.
Definitely worth experimenting with if you’re into healthy food choices.
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Posted in Life Coaching, Well Being on April 16, 2011
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