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Pearl Millet Recipes

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Millet provides many nutrients (15% protein) and has a sweet nutty flavor (1), but may be associated with poor iodine uptake (as are many other common foods). But, this is generally not a "cause for alarm," as it is also considered to be one of the most digestible and non-allergenic grains available.(For more indepth information, see Railey) Millet can be cooked similarly to rice (3 parts water to one part grain, cook to absorb water) There are many sources of recipes and information about cooking millets, which which are available through the following links.