Supergrains: Wheat - Farro - Spelt - Kamut - Amaranth - Buckwheat - Barley - Corn - Wild Rice - Millet - Teff - Sorghum - Chia - Oats - Rice - Rye - Triticale - Quino
Eating more of the right kinds of grains is an easy way to better health. Whole grains are packed with nutrients including protein, antioxidants, B-vitamins, fibre and trace minerals. A diet rich in these grains reduces the risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, obesity and some forms of cancer. Grains are also one of the most tasty, versatile and nutritious food sources available - a delight to eat, easy to cook and very economical. Supergrains explores grains from all over the world, provides an in-depth look at their culinary uses and nutritional benefits and features over 150 recipes so that you can easily incorporate more of these superfoods into your diet - from breakfast through to dinner and warming bedtime drinks.
With delicious recipes, culinary advice and nutritional facts, Supergrains is the complete guide to the world's healthiest grains.
Excellent Time Out She's produced a wonderful set of recipes, bringing imagination and sparkle to the basic ingredients ... a wonderful book. The Guardian Jenni Muir describes the fascinating and long history of each of the grains, as well as their culinary properties ... the recipes are unbelievably romantic. -- Catriona Howatson The Telegraph
Jenni Muir is a freelance food journalist, critic and consultant working with some of the UK's most esteemed cultural venues. The former editor of Time Out London Eating & Drinking Guide, her work has appeared in a wide range of publications including the Sunday Times, The Independent, Country Living, Marie Claire and BBC Good Food. Jenni has edited books for many esteemed chefs and food writers and her own book A Cook's Guide to Grains was nominated for the Glenfiddich, Andre Simon and World Gourmand Cookbook Awards. Her luxury travel guide The Guest List featured on Richard & Judy's Book Club as one of their top Christmas gift choices. She is based in London and Bath but returns frequently to her native Australia.