Millet can be used just like other whole grains and it's easy to work with. It's an excellent alternative to pasta or rice. It has a neutral, mild, buttery taste which makes it perfect to use with other ingredients that have stronger flavours in a variety of dishes. If miso is slightly browned in the frying pan it acquires rather a nutty aroma. The possibilities of this grain are countless, it's a popular ingredient in the thick bread made in Asia and North Africa. It is one of the most nutritional cereals that exist, so it is a good idea to put it in the breakfast muesli or in midday meals, especially in the winter. In the spring and summer it can be served with refreshing salads. Properties: It is prescribed to treat iron deficiency anemia, muscle cramps and during pregnancy. Millet is one of the cereals with the highest iron and magnesium content. That is why it is recommended for physical or mental fatigue. It is an excellent way to tone skin, strengthen hair, nails and teeth.