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SiriDhanya -- What Why & Benefits

Siridhanya is a term to refer Foxtail, Barnyard, Proso,Kodo, Brown top and Little millet which were commonly consumed In India. These have now been replaced predominantly by grains such as rice and wheat.

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Health Benefits of Foxtail Millets

 Foxtail Millets is in news and has made a big comeback. Its importance as a diabetic-friendly, highly nutritious and non-glutinous food has had a large number of people opting millets over rice. 

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Kodo Millet Pulav

Kodo Millet/Aarka/Varagu/Arikelu is a complete food and. It has high protein content (11%), low fat (4.2%) and very high fibre content (14.3%). Kodo millet is very easy to digest and an excellent healthy alternative to rice.

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Positive Grains (forgotten foods) for a Negative Age -- Dr Khader

“Start eating positive grains -- forgotten foods (Siridhanya) which we used to eat 60 years ago. These include Foxtail (Navane), Barnyard (Oodalu), Kodo (Arka), Little (Saame), Brown top (Korle), fruits and vegetables, palm jaggery (Kappu bella/saate) and use groundnut oil to stay healthy

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Sajje Rotti

Pearl Millet or Bajra/Kambu or Sajje as we call in Kannada is a very healthy grain.

Sajje Rotti is a famous dish in North Karnataka.

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Millet Bisibelebath

Proso millet is known as the “Golden Millet” due to its texture and we feel it to be a perfect to try out Bisi Bele Bath.
The below recipe can be tried with Kodo,Foxtail or Littele Millet also.

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