Praakritik Organic little Millet (Sama) 1 KG


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Praakritik Organic little Millet (Sama) 1 KG


Organic little millet, also known as sama or kutki, is a nutritious grain that can be used in various ways. Rinse the millets thoroughly and cook them in a ratio of 1:2.5 with water or broth until tender. Use them as a substitute for rice or quinoa in pilafs, biryanis, or stir-fries. Cook them with vegetables, spices, and herbs to make a flavorful pulao. You can also grind them into flour and use it in gluten-free baking recipes like bread, cookies, or pancakes. Little millets can be used to make porridge or upma for a healthy breakfast option. Embrace the versatility of organic little millets and enjoy their nutty flavor and nutritional benefits in your culinary creations.

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SKU Praakritik Organic little Millet (Sama) 1 KG
  1. Traditional crop and staple in Karnataka: Little Millet, also known as Samai, is a traditional crop grown throughout India and is a staple in the state of Karnataka.

  2. Health benefits: Despite its small size, Little Millet offers numerous health benefits. It has a low glycemic index, making it suitable for managing blood sugar levels. Its high dietary fiber content promotes healthy digestion. Little Millet is also rich in magnesium, which can contribute to a healthy heart, and niacin, which may help lower cholesterol.

  3. Gluten-free alternative: Little Millet is an excellent choice for those on a gluten-free diet. It is naturally gluten-free, making it suitable for individuals with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity.

  4. Suitable for everyone: While Little Millet is ideal for those with dietary restrictions, its high nutritional value makes it a great addition to anyone's diet. Whether you're engaged in physical activities like yoga, workouts, or cardio, or simply looking for a nutritious food, Little Millet can be a beneficial choice.

  5. Versatile usage: Little Millet can be used in various recipes, similar to other millets. It can be incorporated into dishes like rice, upma, porridge, or used as a flour substitute in baking.

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High in essential nutrients such as protein, fibre, vitamins, and minerals including iron, zinc, and phosphorus 
Low glycaemic index making it suitable for people with diabetes 
Naturally gluten-free, making it a good alternative for people with gluten intolerance or celiac disease 
High in antioxidants and phytochemicals, which can help protect the body against various diseases 
Can aid in weight management as it has high fibre content, which can help keep you feeling full and satisfied 
A drought-resistant crop, it can grow in harsh, dry conditions and require less water and fertilizer than other cereal crops making it a sustainable choice for farmers and the environment 
Versatile ingredient that can be used in a wide variety of dishes, from traditional dishes like roti, dosa, and upma to modern recipes like salads, soups, and breakfast cereals 
Has been traditionally grown and consumed in many regions of the world, it has cultural and traditional importance in certain communities 
Organic certification is available, which means that the little millet is grown without the use of synthetic pesticides and fertilizers, making it a healthier and safer food option.


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