Episode 1 Gluten Free GRAINS & SEEDS

by Tatianna Yougottalove

This episode is about gluten free grains and seeds.
I made a list of gluten free seeds and grains that I usually keep in my pantry and use it in my cooking and baking.
I’ll make sure to add into this list also a list of recipes that I’ll be making and adding every-time I’m creating something new.
I hope it will open a new door for you in the kitchen and gives you inspiration with this list of gluten free grains and seeds.
Some of them will be familiar for you and maybe some will be new.
Some will take short time to cook with and other will take a little longer.

Rice is a seed of the grass species.
As a cereal grain it is the most widely consumed food for a large part of the world’s human population.
Rice is an excellent food source, easy to cook with and to create an array of recipes with it that are very tasty.
So here are different types of rice, some take longer to cook then others.

Types of rice:

White rice
Red rice
wild black rice
Sticky rice
Rice blend
Basmati rice
Brown rice
Jasmine rice
Long grain rice
Short grain rice

Recipes:
https://veganrawrecipes.com/how-to-cook-plain-white-rice
http://veganrawrecipes.com/gallo-pinto
http://veganrawrecipes.com/corn-rice-medley
http://veganrawrecipes.com/jeweled-valentine-rice
https://veganrawrecipes.com/kids-make-their-own-vegan-sushi





A grain is a small, hard, dry seed.
And here are a list of grain varieties that are easy to cook. I like to add a few spices and serve it with fried vegetables. I usually cook them to make the dish savoury but most of the grains are perfect as sweet breakfast or dessert dishes too.

Types of grains:

Roasted buckwheat
Raw buckwheat
Red quinoa
White quinoa
Black quinoa
Millet
Amaranth
Oatmeal
Teff

Recipes:
https://veganrawrecipes.com/buckwheat-risotto
https://veganrawrecipes.com/sweet-and-savory-white-beans-and-buckwheat
https://veganrawrecipes.com/mixed-veggies-and-ground-soy-with-a-side-of-quinoa



Here are a list of seeds that I keep in air tight jars and some I keep in the refrigerator.
A seed is the part of a plant which can grow into a new plant.
There are many different kinds of seeds. Some plants make a lot of seeds, some make only a few. Seeds are often hard and very small, but some are larger. 
I use them to make salad dressing or add them as is to my salads. It’s also good as an ingredient for baking. As well as making spreads.

Types of seeds:

Pumpkin seeds
Sunflower seed
Sesame seeds
Flax seeds
Chia seeds
Hemp seeds

Recipes:
https://veganrawrecipes.com/white-vanilla-roses (Flax seed)
https://veganrawrecipes.com/the-best-potato-latkes (Flax seed)
https://veganrawrecipes.com/mushroom-latkes (Flax seed)
https://veganrawrecipes.com/cheesy-chickpea-omelette (Flax seed)
https://veganrawrecipes.com/the-best-date-cake-gluten-free (Chia seeds)
https://veganrawrecipes.com/vanilla-chocolate-mini-muffinscake (Chia seeds)
https://veganrawrecipes.com/challa-bread (Chia seeds)
https://veganrawrecipes.com/leafy-balsamic-salad (Hemp seeds)


If you don’t mind gluten, here is a list of grains that contain are not gluten free:


Wheat
Barley
Bulgur
Couscous
Spelt
Durum wheat
Farro
Kamut
Rye
Semolina

Recipes:
http://veganrawrecipes.com/how-to-cook-bulgur
http://veganrawrecipes.com/bulgur-vegan-grounds-medley
https://veganrawrecipes.com/couscous-soup

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