Millet was first collected in the wild in China. In ancient times, it was then grown in India, Africa, Egypt and Japan. Its cultivation spread to Europe in the Middle Ages. He remained still little cultivated in Europe but it is popular in black Africa where it remains the staple food of the population.
Millet husked organic.
It has good nutritional qualities due to its high fiber content. Millet, naturally gluten-free, is a very digestible cereal.
Add the millet in a saucepan and add 2 times its volume of cold water. Bring to a boil, add salt and cover. Cook over low heat for 20 minutes until complete absorption of the water.
Millet is eaten as an accompaniment, in gratins, stuffing or soup. It will also delicious cold salad.
Organic certification (Agriculture Biologique) and European organic agriculture.