Traditionally used in cereals, millet can also be used in porridge, snacks and bread.
The “Alternative Ginseng Soup”
Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners believe that millet is a healthy alkaline food with a sweet and salty taste; it helps in invigorating the stomach, clearing heat, quenching thirst and removing dampness from the body, which is suitable for the elderly, patients and pregnant and postpartum women. Millet is thus often referred to as the “Alternative Ginseng Soup”.
Harvested once every year
Most crops around the world typically sow and harvest multiple times a year. In Jilin, because of its long winter, crops can only be sowed and harvested once a year. With an extended resting period of the soil, our grains are provided with the most optimal conditions for growth and nutrients retention.
|Total Fat||3.1 g||5%|