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Wild amaranth grows up between cracks in the concrete at his feet.
Papa John’s said that the new pizza crust is made from sorghum, teff, amaranth and quinoa.
The state should work to eliminate Palmer amaranth, an invasive weed spreading through the state.
Chick-fil-A said Monday that the bun is made with a mix of ancient grains like millet, quinoa, sorghum, amaranth and teff.
Try heat tolerant crops such as eggplant, sweet potatoes, amaranth, or black-eyed peas.
A tall bouquet of blossoming chives and a flat of frilly micro-herbs — oregano, cilantro and amaranth among them — await the scissors’ snip.
Ingredients include a vegan protein blend of pea, brown rice, quinoa, chia and amaranth, with a bit of sea salt and stevia.
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