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If you’ve never tried the nutritious and versatile “superfood” called Quinoa you’re missing out on an important source of all 9 essential amino acids and protein.  Pronounced “Keen-Wah,” it’s often mistaken as a grain but it’s actually a seed from the same family as spinach, beets, and Swiss chard. Eaten alone or as a side dish, Moms who are trying to put healthier meals on the table are discovering its benefits, and kids are discovering it’s tasty as well.  Join Scott Schmidt and Alicia Neal from Path of Life as we prepare some easy and quick quinoa recipes you’ll make time and again.

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