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Sorghum Grains (1kg)

WHOLLY GRAIN
₱170.00 ₱162.00
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CLAIM TO FAME: A locally sourced grain with a powerhouse of nutrients

FAST FACTS: High in protein, fiber and calcium; slows and reduces carbohydrate digestion and absorption; gluten-free and non-GMO

PERFECT FOR: A healthy stand-in for wheat

SPECIFICATIONS:
WHAT YOU GET: (1) Sorghum Grains (1kg)
NET WEIGHT: 1kg
EXPIRY: 2 years, store in a dry place away from moisture
INGREDIENTS: Sorghum Grains

As Rice Alternative:
Method 1: Basic Cooking Instructions Rinse 1 cup sorghum. Place in a cup with 4 cups water or stock. Bring to a boil, cover, reduce heat and simmer until tender for 60 to 80 minutes. Drain excess liquid.
Method 2: Rice Cooker Rinse 1 cup sorghum. Ratio of grain to water 1:4. Put in rice cooker.
As Popped Sorghum: Method 1: Stove Top Use 1/4 cup Sorghum for 1 serving. Heat a stainless steel pot with a tight-fitting lid over medium-high heat. When hot, add 2 tsp. of oil, then add the sorghum and cover with lid. Cook heat to low when there is more than 10 seconds between pops.
Method 2: Microwave Place sorghum in a small paper bag. Fold top down to close and place folded-side down in a microwave. Heat on high for 2 to 3 minutes (varies depending on microwave’s strength). Remove from the microwave.

Wholly Grain

Wholly Grain is a brand that provides locally grown sorghum. Already a staple in some parts of the world, the grain is now on the path to superfood status in the Philippines.


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Angela
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Certified Buyer
  • Skin Type Oily
  • Skin Tone Fair
  • Facial Features Chinita
  • Age 44

Better as a Snack

I've tried this as a rice substitute but none in our family liked it. We cooked it according to package directions, it takes a while longer than other grains. It was like a hard garbanzo and quite dry. But as a snack, it was fab! This is better than popcorn because it's healthier. We use the microwave. We put 1/4 cup into a brown paper bag, with our microwave the perfect time would be 2 to 3 minutes on medium high heat. I had to test it out 3 times to get the best result, I suggest you do the same too. Then I pour the cooked sorghum popcorn into a bowl, mix in some extra virgin olive oil and sea salt. Healthy Yummy! Even the small ones that don't pop can be eaten and are not as hard as those popcorn kernels. Also one good thing, you know that annoying popcorn hull that gets in between the teeth? There's none of those with the sorghum. There's so much in a pack of this ang it's so worth it. I also make this for my kid, so much healthier than junk food. Sometimes I mix parmesan, curry powder etc etc. There's no limit to what flavor you can come up with.

about 1 month ago
Patricia
Certified Buyer
  • Age 28

Good

Wouldn’t really substitute it for rice that’s paired with ulam because it feels like eating corn. But my husband actually prefers this than quinoa or adlay. I think because it doesn’t have a strong taste. I did try it using for champorado, soup and salads it was yummy! I love that you can also pop it and it turns out like mini popcorns. I just add parmesan cheese and tadah! Instant snack.

2 months ago
Jamie
  • Skin Type Normal
  • Skin Tone Fair
  • Facial Features Chinita
  • Age 29

Game changer if you want to switch to a healthy lifestyle

This is a game changer! I want to start a healthy lifestyle but I also love rice. I cannot live without rice. Good thing I discovered Sorghum. It is a good alternative to rice although I suggest that you eat it right away. I feel full for a longer period so I tend to eat less after eating this. Will buy again!

8 months ago

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