Known to be grown mainly in countries such as India, Africa, Egypt, and some parts of Europe, this small-seeded grass has been used as a part of the staple diet for centuries. The ability of millets to grow in the most adverse and relatively harsh conditions such as in arid and dry regions has made it a highly versatile crop. This ingredient can be used in a wide variety of recipes such as cereal, porridge, some breads, and snacks. Millets are also a great alternative to other commonly used grains that contain high levels of gluten.
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