Ask people what grains they know and they'll most probably name wheat, maybe corn, usually rice, but there are many different types of grains, one bread variety in the U.S has 21 different grains alone, in every slice.
Quinoa, barley, farro and millet are just some of the other grains you could be utilising in the kitchen.
The food infographic below, produced by Berkeley Wellness, sets out to explain a number of different grains with some suggestions on how to cook them.
Just understanding each grain, how it's cooked and what it should be used for can open up a whole new line of possibilities in the kitchen.
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