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Millet, Grain of the Year 2023 – Affordable and Healthy.

Millet is nutritious and has a low impact on the environment.

The millet grain is a very healthy grain. Although it has disappeared from our consciousness in recent years, it is currently gaining ground again.

The potential health benefits of millet include the following:

  • Protect cardiovascular health.
  • Prevent the onset of diabetes.
  • Help people achieve and maintain a healthy weight.
  • Manage inflammation in the gut.

Millet is an environment-friendly grain.

Especially vegans and vegetarians have discovered the grain for themselves. But not only, but people who generally want a healthier lifestyle are also increasingly using it. Millet stands for a nutritious diet and also helps your hair and fingernails look neater.

Millet also has other advantages over other types of grain, such as wheat or rye. These cereals repeatedly cause intolerances in some people, which millet usually does not do.
Millet has what it takes to become the new food star; it is an inexpensive, robust, climate-friendly, and healthy filler that can help you lose weight.

Millet gives hope in the global fight against obesity.

Obesity and the worldwide increase in cardiovascular diseases are increasingly severe. Doctors and nutritionists are looking for solutions to get the phenomenon under control in a cost-effective and easy-to-implement manner. An answer could be in the millet. A full research report involving five international and national nutrition and health organizations, including the University of Kobe (Japan), was published in the journal Frontiers in Nutrition.

Different Types of Millets

Try these delicious recipes

Vegan Greek Millet Salad

Millet, Grain of the Year 2023 - Affordable and Healthy.

Serve up this hearty vegan Greek salad as a meal or side dish! Adding the millet into the recipe makes the salad more filling and, of course, nutritious too. This easy millet salad makes the absolutely perfect lunch on a scorching summer’s day and is ready in 30 minutes!


Millet, Grain of the Year 2023 - Affordable and Healthy.

Vegan Millet Cheese is next-level amazing. First, it’s cheap. Second, it’s very easy to make. And finally, but most importantly, it tastes unbelievably good. Since this cheese is nut-free, it’s also good for all of you with nut and seed allergies. 

Turmeric and Vegetable Millet: Gluten-Free Side Dish

Millet, Grain of the Year 2023 - Affordable and Healthy.
Turmeric and Vegetable Millet Recipe by Spicie Foodie

Arugula Millet Garbanzo Meatballs

These Arugula Millet Garbanzo Meatballs are simple, delicious, and super healthy. They’re vegan and made of whole-food, plant-based ingredients with no oil added.

Coconut Millet Bowl with Berbere Spiced Squash

Millet, Grain of the Year 2023 - Affordable and Healthy.

Coconut Millet Bowl with Berbere-Spiced Kabocha Squash, chickpeas, shallots, and spinach drizzled with coconut lime mint sauce. A vegan, plant-based meal is full of vibrant flavor and spice.

Middle-Eastern Nutty Millet Pilaf

Millet, Grain of the Year 2023 - Affordable and Healthy.

A fresh, light alternative to traditional risotto. This simple, tasty dish is a nice way to use millet, a much underrated, nutritious, and gluten-free whole grain.

Millet Pulao Recipe

MILLET PULAO – a healthy, delicious, and fulfilling dish that one can make for breakfast or lunch, or dinner. It’s low in calories and high in nutrition. Easy to make and tasty to taste. The addition of veggies makes it colorful, more nutritious, and yummier.

Moroccan Sweet Potato Millet Bowl

This Moroccan sweet potato millet bowl is great for serving a crowd because it will accommodate many diets. It is both vegan and gluten-free. Also, the warming spices are perfect on cold winter days!

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