What is millet?
Millet is a small, roundish-looking seed with a yellow hue. You can use them in baked goods, and as a porridge, and millet is often ground into flour and used in gluten-free baked goods.
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Millet is said to be the only alkaline grain (rather than acidic as other grains are), and has been called 'the queen of grains.'
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