Product Description

Organic Bolivian Tri Quinoa 500g

Perfect rice replacement, less sugar 

Help controls and maintains sugar levels

What makes Quinoa a SUPERFOOD?

Chia and Quinao page R2 elements 03

Quinoa has an impressive nutrient profile!

It is very high in FIBRE, both soluble and insoluble.It is also high in PROTEIN.

In fact, Quinoa is a very rare plant source of a ‘WHOLE COMPLETE PROTEIN’ …comprising all 9 ‘Essential Amino Acids’…VERY RARE in a plant food.

Quinoa is rich in vitamins B1B2B3B6B9 and E.

Quinoa is very rich in MINERALS like magnesium, phosphorous, manganese, potassium, calcium, iron and zinc.

Quinoa is an ANTI-INFLAMMATORY.

Quinoa is high in ANTIOXIDANTS.

Quinoa is GLUTEN-FREE, perfect for those on a gluten free diet.

Quinoa is ALKALINE not acidic like white rice.

There are more than 1,000 different strains of Quinoa grown in many different colours including white, red, black, purple, pink, yellow, grey, orange and green.

The quinoa seeds in the highest demand worldwide are white, red and black.

RICE OR QUINOA

What's The Difference?

WHITE RICE is a refined carbohydrate. In the human body, white rice metabolizes into  (becomes) SUGAR.

Additionally, white rice lacks fibre, minerals and vitamins because the husk, bran and germ have been removed during processing.

While BROWN RICE is more healthy than white rice, it is not nearly as healthy as QUINOA!

Chia and Quinao page R2 elements 04

Brown rice has good amounts of minerals, vitamins, fibre and protein BUT QUINOA HAS MUCH MORE!

Quinoa has 50% MORE FIBRE than brown rice!

Quinoa has 50%MORE CALCIUM than brown rice!

Quinoa has 50% MORE MAGNESIUM than brown rice!

Quinoa has 50% MORE PHOSPHOROUS than brown rice.

Quinoa has MUCH MORE IRON than brown rice!

Quinoa has MUCH MORE POTASSIUM than brown rice!

Quinoa has 10X MORE VITAMIN B9 ( folic acid ) than brown rice… A VERY hard-to-get vitamin for women especially!

QUINOA IS A WHOLE PROTEIN… brown rice is NOT!

QUINOA IS A SUPERFOOD… brown rice is NOT!

And when it comes to taste… well, we’re sure you will LOVE the taste and healthy freshness of RESTORE™ QUINOA.

We encourage you to share with everyone you love and care about!

HOW TO STORE RESTORE™ QUINOA

1) Keep unopened RESTORE™ Quinoa in a dark, cool and dry place.

2) After opening, keep RESTORE™ Quinoa in an airtight container in refrigerator.

3) Cooked Quinoa can be kept in refrigerator for up to 5 days, no problem!

4) If cooked together with rice, it must be eaten on same day as the refined rice will cause it to sour within 24 hours.

How To Cook Quinoa

Ingredients:

1x Cup of Uncooked RESTORE™ Bolivian Quinoa
2x Cups of Liquid (Water OR Chicken Broth OR Vegetable Broth)

Seasonings (Optional): 
1x Tablespoon Italian Herbs OR any dried herbs
1x Teaspoon Black Pepper ( to taste )
1x Teaspoon Salt ( to taste )

RESTORE™ Tip:

– Remember! The ratio to cook quinoa is 2 cups of liquid to 1 cup of quinoa.
– You can use water ( or chicken broth or vegetable broth or beef broth or any other liquid to make it taste MORE DELICIOUS! )

SO Easy, isn’t it?

Now it’s time to try your freshly cooked quinoa with our delicious, nutrition-filled recipes which are ALL equally EASY to make!
Check them out here.

Cheers to your health!

Instructions

Stove Top:

1) Rinse RESTORE™ Bolivian Quinoa with cool water.

2) Place the pot/wok on the stove. Add the cleaned quinoa into the pot.

3) Add the liquid ( Water/Chicken Broth/Vegetable Broth/Beef Broth and turn the heat on “High” to bring the quinoa to a boil.

4) As the quinoa heats up to a boil, add your seasonings.

5) Once the quinoa is boiling, cover pot and reduce heat to “LOW.” Cook for 15 minutes.

6) After 15 minutes, turn heat OFF and open the lid.  

7) Fluff the quinoa with a fork.

8) If too moist re-cover and leave for 5 minutes with HEAT OFF!!

9) Your quinoa is now READY to serve (and eat!).

Rice Cooker:

Cooking quinoa in a rice cooker is definitely easier because you don’t have to watch the stove! Here’s how to do it…

1) Rinse RESTORE™ Bolivian Quinoa with cool water.

2) Then, add the cleaned quinoa into the the inner pot of the Rice Cooker..

3) Add the liquid (Water/Chicken Broth/Vegetable Broth/Beef Broth ).

4) Press “Start” on the rice cooker and let it to do its thing.

5) Once the rice cooker has cooked the quinoa, fluff it with a fork.

6) If still too MOIST close rice cooker and allow to sit for 5 minutes.

7) Your quinoa is now READY to serve (and eat!).


Product Description

Organic Bolivian Tri Quinoa 500g

Perfect rice replacement, less sugar 

Help controls and maintains sugar levels

What makes Quinoa a SUPERFOOD?

Chia and Quinao page R2 elements 03

Quinoa has an impressive nutrient profile!

It is very high in FIBRE, both soluble and insoluble.It is also high in PROTEIN.

In fact, Quinoa is a very rare plant source of a ‘WHOLE COMPLETE PROTEIN’ …comprising all 9 ‘Essential Amino Acids’…VERY RARE in a plant food.

Quinoa is rich in vitamins B1B2B3B6B9 and E.

Quinoa is very rich in MINERALS like magnesium, phosphorous, manganese, potassium, calcium, iron and zinc.

Quinoa is an ANTI-INFLAMMATORY.

Quinoa is high in ANTIOXIDANTS.

Quinoa is GLUTEN-FREE, perfect for those on a gluten free diet.

Quinoa is ALKALINE not acidic like white rice.

There are more than 1,000 different strains of Quinoa grown in many different colours including white, red, black, purple, pink, yellow, grey, orange and green.

The quinoa seeds in the highest demand worldwide are white, red and black.

RICE OR QUINOA

What's The Difference?

WHITE RICE is a refined carbohydrate. In the human body, white rice metabolizes into  (becomes) SUGAR.

Additionally, white rice lacks fibre, minerals and vitamins because the husk, bran and germ have been removed during processing.

While BROWN RICE is more healthy than white rice, it is not nearly as healthy as QUINOA!

Chia and Quinao page R2 elements 04

Brown rice has good amounts of minerals, vitamins, fibre and protein BUT QUINOA HAS MUCH MORE!

Quinoa has 50% MORE FIBRE than brown rice!

Quinoa has 50%MORE CALCIUM than brown rice!

Quinoa has 50% MORE MAGNESIUM than brown rice!

Quinoa has 50% MORE PHOSPHOROUS than brown rice.

Quinoa has MUCH MORE IRON than brown rice!

Quinoa has MUCH MORE POTASSIUM than brown rice!

Quinoa has 10X MORE VITAMIN B9 ( folic acid ) than brown rice… A VERY hard-to-get vitamin for women especially!

QUINOA IS A WHOLE PROTEIN… brown rice is NOT!

QUINOA IS A SUPERFOOD… brown rice is NOT!

And when it comes to taste… well, we’re sure you will LOVE the taste and healthy freshness of RESTORE™ QUINOA.

We encourage you to share with everyone you love and care about!

HOW TO STORE RESTORE™ QUINOA

1) Keep unopened RESTORE™ Quinoa in a dark, cool and dry place.

2) After opening, keep RESTORE™ Quinoa in an airtight container in refrigerator.

3) Cooked Quinoa can be kept in refrigerator for up to 5 days, no problem!

4) If cooked together with rice, it must be eaten on same day as the refined rice will cause it to sour within 24 hours.

How To Cook Quinoa

Ingredients:

1x Cup of Uncooked RESTORE™ Bolivian Quinoa
2x Cups of Liquid (Water OR Chicken Broth OR Vegetable Broth)

Seasonings (Optional): 
1x Tablespoon Italian Herbs OR any dried herbs
1x Teaspoon Black Pepper ( to taste )
1x Teaspoon Salt ( to taste )

RESTORE™ Tip:

– Remember! The ratio to cook quinoa is 2 cups of liquid to 1 cup of quinoa.
– You can use water ( or chicken broth or vegetable broth or beef broth or any other liquid to make it taste MORE DELICIOUS! )

SO Easy, isn’t it?

Now it’s time to try your freshly cooked quinoa with our delicious, nutrition-filled recipes which are ALL equally EASY to make!
Check them out here.

Cheers to your health!

Instructions

Stove Top:

1) Rinse RESTORE™ Bolivian Quinoa with cool water.

2) Place the pot/wok on the stove. Add the cleaned quinoa into the pot.

3) Add the liquid ( Water/Chicken Broth/Vegetable Broth/Beef Broth and turn the heat on “High” to bring the quinoa to a boil.

4) As the quinoa heats up to a boil, add your seasonings.

5) Once the quinoa is boiling, cover pot and reduce heat to “LOW.” Cook for 15 minutes.

6) After 15 minutes, turn heat OFF and open the lid.  

7) Fluff the quinoa with a fork.

8) If too moist re-cover and leave for 5 minutes with HEAT OFF!!

9) Your quinoa is now READY to serve (and eat!).

Rice Cooker:

Cooking quinoa in a rice cooker is definitely easier because you don’t have to watch the stove! Here’s how to do it…

1) Rinse RESTORE™ Bolivian Quinoa with cool water.

2) Then, add the cleaned quinoa into the the inner pot of the Rice Cooker..

3) Add the liquid (Water/Chicken Broth/Vegetable Broth/Beef Broth ).

4) Press “Start” on the rice cooker and let it to do its thing.

5) Once the rice cooker has cooked the quinoa, fluff it with a fork.

6) If still too MOIST close rice cooker and allow to sit for 5 minutes.

7) Your quinoa is now READY to serve (and eat!).


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