Quinoa is native to the Andes Mountains of Bolivia, Chile, and Peru. This crop has been called 41 vegetable caviar or Inca rice, and has been eaten continuously for 5,000 years by people who live on the mountains plateaus and in the valleys of Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador and Chile. Quinua means "mother grain" in the Inca Language. The crop was a staple food of the Inca people and remains an important food crop for their descendants.
Quinoa is more than just a grain (or seed, whatever). It’s a LIFESTYLE.
Here are 32 ways to eat Quinoa and Succeed in Life.