Grain Type: Organic Millet
Uses: Porridge, salad, side dish, fritters, breads
Taste: mild, sweet
On the days we sprout millet our whole sprouting facility fills with a sweet, nutty aroma. Organic sprouted millet has a soft, delicate texture and a subtle, sweet flavour that is similar to sweet corn, and it’s naturally gluten free!
Sprouting millet aids in digestibility and increases it naturally sweet flavour. It also reduces its cook time to just 10 minutes!
Consumed for over 7,000 years, millet is still a staple in many parts of the world. In Africa and India, it was traditionally sprouted and/or fermented, then cooked as a creamy breakfast porridge. Try cooking it with coconut, almond, or dairy milk for a creamy, naturally sweet porridge, no extra sweeteners needed! It’s a perfect way to get in your servings of whole grains and add variety to your mornings.
Sprouted millet is also wonderful when rinsed and fluffed with a fork for a light, fluffy grain that’s great for salads, side dishes and fritters. Swap 1:1 for non-sprouted millet, or use as a substitute for rice, quinoa or couscous. Because of its quick cook time, it’s a great, nutritious grain to reach for on-the-go. You can find recipes with sprouted millet here.
Whole sprouted millet is a wonderful inclusion or topper for multigrain breads and sourdough. For the home miller, it makes a delicious addition to gluten free baking.
Henna (verified owner) –
My absolute favourite grain to mill and use in waffles, pancakes, and homemade rotis! Mild, nutty, pleasant taste, blends well with other grain flours and super versatile in its uses. Love it!
Lise (verified owner) –
I purchased a lot of Second Spring Foods products. All of them are superb! Because they are sprouted and organic, they are delicious and very nutritious. I’m so happy that they are a wonderful Canadian company that offer high quality healthy food which I love to support.