How to cook millet, the ancient grain you might have overlooked

In the new millenium, grain trends move about as fast as fashion. From 2006 to 2013, as we were shimmying out of our skinny jean fetish and into our bland beige normcore phase, we were consuming quinoa at such an outrageous rate that crop prices tripled, making the Andean staple almost unaffordable in its native region.

Maturing into dadcore in 2017, we got obsessed with what we call “ancient grains,” and added amaranth and Kamut to the list of old-timers that were suddenly hot. Next, 2019 was undeniably the year of the jumpsuit, and also the year of the farro bowl.


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