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Quinoa (pronounced KEEN-wah) is a small, grain-like seed native to the Andes Mountains of South America. It was grown by the Inca people many thousands of years ago, and is often called the “mother grain.” It is not a true cereal grain, but is actually the seed of a plant that is related to beets, Swiss chard and spinach. We call it a grain because it can be prepared and used in the same way as traditional grains. Much of our quinoa comes from South America, but farmers in high-altitude areas near the Rocky Mountains are also beginning to grow it.
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