Ok is the right word. it's a pseudo-cereal, not a true grain, that must be rinsed well (more than once for sure) to remove all the saponins on the surface of each seed. Can also be soaked & lightly sprouted, though that changes the experience when cooked. If I wanted a grain dish, I'd go for rice, quinoa or buckwheat. All are "ok" for me.
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