How to Make a Quick and Hearty Quinoa and Vegetable Stew

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Test cook Becky Hays reveals the secrets to making the best Quinoa and Vegetable Stew.

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  1. False. The closest thing to peruvian potatoes are purple potatoes. Peru naturally grows purple potatoes. My family has been growing them for centuries and most american grocery stores have at least a "medley" bag of potatoes that have purple in there

  2. I have eaten Quinoa many times, and I love to mix, Quinoa, Steel Cut Oatmeal, and Amaranth together, with fresh blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, and banana.

    I also love to mix in Almonds, Pecans, Walnuts, a small amount of ground Flax seed, and then drizzle with some honey!

    This makes a wonderful high protein, high fiber breakfast, or brunch meal, and is great for energy before going on a long hike!

    You can also experiment with different grains like Kamut, Millet, Spelt, Barley, etc.

    By the way, the featured recipe looks delicious, so I will have to try it, and may also add some other grains like Barley, and Amaranth!

  3. like Kale, Cauliflower and now this. I lived 70 years without ever knowing about this and some how managed. We really don't need to know all this. Leave it in the country where it's popular. I heard this new trend is limiting the amount of Quinoa in other countries cause they are running on it like it's gold!!

  4. Hi Ladies!
    Thank you!
    Today I made the [famous] cabbage soup……….(😖 in order to lose 10 pounds! "UGH!!!") I think when I make it again, I will add quinoa!! And trust me, I will be making another pot of cabbage soup probably by Sunday.
    Thank you Ladies! Hugs! 🧡

  5. Thank you ladies for sharing these recipes! There is so much work behind each of them. The filming and cutting are very well done. No chatting around about other things, watching five minutes peeling or mixing, and everything is extremely clean. Got most of your books :)) thanks to you I am a better cook and feel like trying other things. Great teamwork with the others also.

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