A sweet and nutty flavor if grown only as a short sprout.
This diverse family of grains is gluten-free and often contains lower carbohydrate content than rice, corn or wheat, as well as higher levels of protein, fiber and minerals, such calcium, magnesium, phosphorous and iron.
Customers most agreed on the following:
I found the hulls of the millet made this sprout inedible both sprouted and cooked. I am surprised that this product is even offered. The fibrous hulls make it very hard to eat and unenjoyable. I am very happy with many of mumm's other products but will not be purchasing the millet again.