Maybe in 10-years we'll all be talking about millet intolerance instead of gluten intolerance and looking for the millet-free cookies in the grocery store? The priority of this study is whether the food can be grown in drought conditions. But the important question is whether this pseudograin contains the same plant toxins that other more common grains like wheat, rye, oats and brown rice contain. What we would need is more information about how much preparation is required to neutralize the toxins it contains before I'd recommend eating millet regularly.
Most people in the US put millet in the birdfeeder, but Amrita Hazra says we ought to eat it ourselves—and grow it in drought-ridden California.
...and let's add that grains are not sustainable to the fact that they are unhealthy and miserable food, how can we be so silly to recommend them and go on to search an alternative only among them? Isn't it an apparent sign that Someone has only the interest to force them on us at the expense of our health? Are we so blind to go on with this nonsense?
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