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Do soaked grains have more nutrients?

I recall learning that soaking grains before cooking them and using the water in the cooking is a good way to gain more nourishment than cooking without soaking. Please write details about soaking millet especially.

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Foods That Do Not Freeze Well - SP 50-766

This fact sheet provides a list of foods with usual use and condition after thawing.

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Jams, Jellies, and Preserves with No Added Pectin - SP 50-777

When making jams, jellies, and preserves from fruits that contain natural pectin, it’s not necessary to add additional pectin. This publication provides basic steps for making fruit spreads without added pectin.

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Do soaked grains have more nutrients?

I recall learning that soaking grains before cooking them and using the water in the cooking is a good way to gain more nourishment than cooking without soaking. Please write details about soaking millet especially.

By Patty Case, | Featured Question