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Juka’s Organic Fonio Is Back In Stock For A Limited Time. 🥳🥳🥳🥳...

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Juka's Organic Co. (@jukasorganic) Juka’s Organic Fonio Is Back In Stock For A Limited Time. 🥳🥳🥳🥳 Fonio brings many health benefits with its broad nutritional profile. This grain is grown in West Africa and it is becoming increasingly popular in the Western cultures. It is a super healthy grain, gluten free and it can...

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Fonio Health Benefits And Nutrition Facts

Fonio (Digitaria exilis) is an ancient cereal grain that has been cultivated in West African countries for over 5,000 years. Also recognized as acha, it is the tiniest grain in the millet family and a major basis of nutrition for more than 3 million people.According to many reports, throughout colonial times, a report circulated suggesting that inhabitant crops of Africa were not as nutritious as...

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Enjoy JukasOrganic.Com Fonio Recipe as a breakfast and you will...

Enjoy JukasOrganic.Com Fonio Recipe as a breakfast and you will go for hours and not get hungry. It is filling but yet very healthy.Add 1 cup of FONIO in a pot, 5 cups of water, 1 cup of milk, add pinch of salt (to taste). Bring to boil until there is a thick consistency. Add coconut oil and any condiments of choice (nutmeg & cinnamon). Serve in a bowl with your favorite fruits and some Greek...

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By Juka's Organic Co. on 2020-07-18

Ancient African grains have become quite popular in this modern world. Quinoa being most popular but there is one more grain which is quickly gaining the attention of the world. Fonio is one of the oldest cereals of Africa also popularly knowsn as “miracle grain”. It is being cultivated and used for over thousands of years by the people of West Africa. Fonio grains whole foods are just 1mm big and are also known as “hungry rice” because it is so delicious that it can make anyone feel hungry.It has delightful and slightly nutty flavour. It is often considered as...

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