Clearspring Organic Quick Cook Organic Millet, Peas & Lentils - 250g

Clearspring Organic Quick Cook Organic Millet, Peas & Lentils - 250g

Clearspring

Ingredients: Millet* (60%), green split peas* (20%), red split lentils* (20%).

*organically grown

Made in a factory also handling gluten.

Product weight: 250g

Millet is mildly sweet, nutty and a delicious accompaniment to peas and lentils. Tiny in size and round in shape, these ancient seeds are an interesting alternative to our more common grains but it is a staple food for a third of the world’s population.

Peas on the other hand used to be a staple food in the middle ages. By the 17th and 18th centuries, it had become popular to eat peas "green", that is, while they are immature and right after they are picked. This was especially true in France and England, where the eating of green peas was said to be "both a fashion and a madness"!

Finally Millet is a good source of vitamin B6, while peas and lentils not only add extra protein but are also a valuable source of iron.

- Low Fat
- Low Sugar
- Salt Free
- Source of Protein
- High in Fibre
- Low in Saturated Fat

NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION
TYPICAL VALUES G PER 100G
Energy kJ: 1450
Energy kCal: 341
Fat: 2.1
of which saturates: 0.3
Carbohydrate: 60
of which sugars: 1.2
Fibre: 8
Protein: 16
Salt: 0.00475
Dietary Status
Yeast Free
Kosher
Free of Added Alcohol

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    Ingredients: Millet* (60%), green split peas* (20%), red split lentils* (20%).

    *organically grown

    Made in a factory also handling gluten.

    Product weight: 250g

    Millet is mildly sweet, nutty and a delicious accompaniment to peas and lentils. Tiny in size and round in shape, these ancient seeds are an interesting alternative to our more common grains but it is a staple food for a third of the world’s population.

    Peas on the other hand used to be a staple food in the middle ages. By the 17th and 18th centuries, it had become popular to eat peas "green", that is, while they are immature and right after they are picked. This was especially true in France and England, where the eating of green peas was said to be "both a fashion and a madness"!

    Finally Millet is a good source of vitamin B6, while peas and lentils not only add extra protein but are also a valuable source of iron.

    - Low Fat
    - Low Sugar
    - Salt Free
    - Source of Protein
    - High in Fibre
    - Low in Saturated Fat

    NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION
    TYPICAL VALUES G PER 100G
    Energy kJ: 1450
    Energy kCal: 341
    Fat: 2.1
    of which saturates: 0.3
    Carbohydrate: 60
    of which sugars: 1.2
    Fibre: 8
    Protein: 16
    Salt: 0.00475
    Dietary Status
    Yeast Free
    Kosher
    Free of Added Alcohol

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