Quick-cooking quinoa makes a great side dish—but it's also delicious as a salad or in meatloaf, soups, and baked goods.
Sure, you've had oatmeal and whole wheat flour. But now it's easy to find grains like quinoa, spelt, bulgur, and barley at the store.
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Quinoa, butternut squash, zucchini, cranberries, and dried apricots add flavor and color to a pilaf-like dish that's gluten-free and nice to serve as a Thanksgiving side dish or used to stuff a turkey.
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This rich, hearty loaf is great for breakfast or snacks.
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