I don't usually have a problem cooking quinoa, but I have now tried twice to cook it in milk to eat as for breakfast and both times it has failed. The first time it just got burnt even as there was still liquid in the pot and this time it tasted undercooked (and not good) but had absorbed all the liquid. I used the same measurements/process I would using water or chicken broth to cook the quinoa.
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