Have you tried any new whole grains lately? Why not give millet a try? Millet is a gluten-free ancient grain, typically grown for bird seed in the United States. With 6 grams of protein per cup and a versatile flavor, this grain is not just for the birds! Millet looks like little round seeds and is easy to cook with. This tabbouleh recipe, adapted from Vegetarian Times, is a perfect cool salad for a hot summer day. Double the recipe and eat if for lunch a few days in a row when it’s just too hot to eat anything else. You can even put it on top of some fresh lettuce for more cool crunch.
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Alysa Bajenaru, RD is the official dietitian of Mamavation. You can find her blogging, tweeting, or chasing after one of her kids.