Origin of quinoa
Examples from the Web for quinoa
Look for:Try to purchase pastas made from whole grains like quinoa or brown rice to add back some of that iron and fiber.
The personal chef of Diane von Furstenberg shares three delicious and colorful recipes for quinoa.
Quinoa risotto I love risotto, but rarely eat it because I always feel so heavy and slow afterward.
Add the quinoa to the glass bowl, season with salt and pepper, and add the lemon juice.
While the lobster is still warm, add it to the quinoa, gently breaking up the lobster meat into manageable-size pieces.
Previous to the discovery of America, “quinoa” was an article of food, supplying the place of wheat.Popular Adventure Tales|Mayne Reid
The Indians of Cochinoca and Susques sow lucerne and barley for fodder, and the quinoa and potato for food.The Argentine Republic|Pierre Denis
Since this list was printed, I have been informed that the quinoa is wild in Chili.Origin of Cultivated Plants|Alphonse De Candolle
Other varieties of quinoa are bitter and have to be boiled several times, the water being frequently changed.Inca Land|Hiram Bingham
Quinoa is grown in large quantities, and is a staple article of food among the natives.
British Dictionary definitions for quinoa
Word Origin for quinoa
Word Origin and History for quinoa
1620s, from Spanish spelling of Quechua kinua.