Amaranth has been grown as a grain and vegetable for thousands of years, with history that can be traced back to the Aztec nation who once used it as a food staple. Considered a weed in many parts of the world, Amaranth seeds are highly nutritious having many similarities to quinoa and a good source of many essential vitamins. Note: Amaranth is purported to contain a modest amount of oxalic acid and it should be avoided used in moderation by those with gout, kidney problems or rheumatoid arthritis.

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