The history of Amaranth stretches back thousands of years. It was first cultivated by the Aztecs 8,000 years ago and is still considered a native crop in Peru. Amaranth is considered a special crop in South America and is renowned as a nutritious food source and frequently used in ceremonial practices. Amaranth, just like Quinoa, is actually a seed and not a grain. However both are prepared and used in similar ways as wholegrains.
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