Inari Organic Hulled Millet

Organic millet (hulled) is a mild, digestible grain. It's creamy in colour, round and small -- about one third the size of a peppercorn. It is a complete protein that's rich in lecithin and calcium and it's high in fiber.


  • Certified Organic by Ecocert
  • Country of Origin: USA

Cooking Directions: Bring to boil 1 1/2 parts of water for 1 part of Millet. Add sprinkle of salt, 1 tsp of organic oil. Reduce heat cover and simmer for 20 minutes. Let stand 10 minutes before serving.

This product may contain traces of nuts, soy beans, sesame seeds or wheat.

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Sam: more than a year ago

Good product, if you prefer to change from rice once in a whiile.

Jazmine: more than a year ago

Delicious! I'm so glad to have found another wonderful grain option for our gluten-/salicylate-/amine-free diet. It works with some sweetener as a breakfast cereal and as a side for other meals. I haven't been able to find whole-grain millet anywhere else other than here yet.

Donna: more than a year ago

Love it

Susannah: more than a year ago

This cereal grain makes a nice change from oatmeal, which I can't eat anymore. Easily cooked (although it takes longer than oatmeal), and it can be kept refrigerated for a couple of days too. For anyone with wheat intolerance, this makes an excellent substitute for oatmeal (which is related to wheat and also on the no-no list for those who can't eat wheat.

Barbara: more than a year ago

I have ordered this Millet several times - love to eat it for breakfast with some fruit and yogurt. Awesome product and great price. Shipping is always very prompt. Thank You for being such a great company!!

Judit: more than a year ago

Good product but the package is not suited for hot weather. The heat unsealed the package and the millet got all over the box containing my order.

Kim: more than a year ago

First time trying millet. Made it for my baby and mixed it with fruit puree. Baby gobble it up!

Erin: more than a year ago

It keeps in the fridge for up to week and I eat it cold with soy or almond milk, fruit and cinnamon for breakfast. Good alternative to oats.

Angela: more than a year ago

first time using millet and liked it, used it as a substitute for rice

Barb: more than a year ago

Love millet - it tastes great at any meal and is the only grain that is alkaline. Big fan of

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