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American Sorghum
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Sorghum for sustainability and the future of franchise farming
Sorghum for sustainability and the future of franchise farming

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This webinar will introduce sorghum to food service directors, chefs, nutrition professionals and others in the food industry as a gluten-free alternative and substitution for gluten-containing grains. Utilizing sorghum in various ways (flour or grain;…

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Eating popcorn has long been synonymous with watching movies. But soon you might find yourself reaching for another popped snack option—popped sorghum. Sorghum is a cereal grain that is becoming more popular in the United States because it’s gluten free…

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The ongoing revival of forgotten foodstuffs has collided with the long-running resurgence of Southern cuisine to produce a veritable flood of sorghum syrup. The past few years have seen the sweet stuff popping up all over the place, supported by the…

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Sorghum is the new cereal grain that’s been making a splash in the top kitchens in NYC. It’s one of the top five cereal crops in the world, non-GMO, and it’s among the most efficient crops in the conversion of solar energy and use of water. Basically, it…

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Sorghum Pizza Dough & Two Other Great Gluten-free Cooking Recipes #NationalPizzaDay http://bit.ly/2k8C8bL 

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Sorghum's superfood credentials could see it become ingrained in our diet: Mintel http://bit.ly/2kHFm7I
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If corn’s high input costs make you queasy, another grass crop exists that might fit some of your acres. It’s sorghum. “We aren’t promoting this as a corn-vs.-sorghum choice, but sorghum can be a good addition to a rotation,” says Scott Staggenborg,…

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Remember when wraps seemed revolutionary? Maybe you had one on your way home from an Alanis Morrisette concert in 1996. Then you shifted into a comforting pot-roast period, followed by the martini and cupcake years. In the mid-2000s, perhaps you pivoted…

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Sorghum is a gluten-free ingredient with high fiber and healthy nutrients. The world’s fifth most popular cereal crop was traditionally considered animal feed in the United States. But this cereal crop also is now finally getting plenty of recognition for…

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The world of healthy food is a fickle and ever-evolving landscape. One minute a grain is best known as animal feed, and the next thing you know it’s popping up on trendy restaurant menus. That’s the starry path of sorghum — a tiny, beige, gluten-free…
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