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If you are searching for food product to assist you in improving your health, fitness or well-being then you have come to the right place. The demand for teff in the UK and generally in the western world is steadily increasing due to its numerous health benefits. We at Edaga Online believe in the nutritional value of this ancient grain, and we aim to make this remarkable product more readily available for everyone.

WHAT IS TEFF?

Teff is rich tasting, nutritious and very versatile.

Teff is a fine grain—about the size of a poppy seed—that comes in a variety of colors, from white and red to dark brown. It is an ancient grain from Ethiopia and Eritrea, and comprises the staple grain of their cuisines. Ground into flour, teff is used to make the traditional bread, injera: a flat, pancake-like, fermented bread that complements their exotic spices.

Although technically a seed from the Eragrostis tef plant, commonly called Williams’ lovegrass or annual bunch grass, teff functions as a whole grain, similar to barley, ​wheatberries, and quinoa. Unlike wheat, teff, a type of millet, is a gluten-free grain choice suitable for most people with celiac disease or an intolerance to gluten.

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USES OF TEFF

The Tiny Grain with Big Health Benefits

Teff grains can be consumed as a whole grain after steaming, boiling or baking. It can also be ground into flour and can be used to make a delicious traditional flatbread called injera. Teff can be used to make breads, pancakes, porridge, cereal and other baked goods that use flour.

You can simmer teff as you would any other whole grain, but vary the teff-to-liquid ratio depending on how you want to use it. A 1:1 ratio of teff to liquid keeps the seeds intact and al dente, perfect for use as a sprinkle on top of oatmeal, muffins, soup, steamed vegetables, or just about anywhere you want to add a healthy little crunch.

For a creamier dish, such as breakfast porridge, increase the amount of liquid to 1:4. To use teff as the base for a pilaf or a stuffing, or to incorporate it into a casserole or other dish that will continue cooking, use 1 3/4 to 2 cups of water or stock for each cup of dry teff.

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BENEFITS OF TEFF GRAIN

Gluten-Free Grain that Aids Circulation & Weight Loss

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Gluten Free

For people who are sensitive to gluten

Free of Gluten

A gluten-free grain with a mild flavor, teff is a healthy and versatile ingredient for many gluten-free products. Teff flour is a great gluten-free alternative that easily subs in one-to-one in your favorite recipes.

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High in Iron

Helps to regulate blood sugar levels

Regenerate iron in blood

Helps regenerate iron in blood, offering about 30% of your daily value of iron. The iron from teff is easily absorbed and is also recommended for people with low blood iron levels.

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High in Protein

Rich Source Of Protein & Amino Acids

Rich Source Of Protein

Teff is high in protein with a great combination of eight essential amino acids needed for the body’s growth and repair.

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Dietary Fibre

Teff grain is loaded dietary fibres

It Will Make You Go

Teff is also great for helping you go. The fibre content in this tiny little grain can help you regulate your bowel movements and keep you feeling fuller longer.

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