15 Great Grains: How To Cook, Dry To Cooked Ratios, And More!

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“Whole grains are a staple in my plant-based diet, along with lots of starches, vegetables, beans and fruit.

Whole grains are low in calories, satiating, and full of health benefits.

One of the best things about grains is that there are so many wonderful kinds and many are interchangeable, which makes it easy to mix things up with different varieties, plus put a new spin on recipes you love. I only really started exploring the wide world of grains when I became plant-based.

If you’re cooking on your stove top, most grains are cooked fairly similarly (like rice): You put the dry grain in a pan with water or broth, bring it to a boil, cover, then simmer until the liquid is absorbed. The amount of water and cooking time are different for various grains (detailed in the list below, but cook times can vary a bit)…”

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