How to Cook Whole Grains

There are so many delicious ways to use grains. They can be eaten alone, mixed with other grains and beans, or added to vegetables, chili, salads, soups, stews, veggie burgers, and even desserts. Breakfast, lunch and dinner - using whole grains can be a fun and delicious addition to a health-supporting diet. Would you like to learn how to add more whole grains into your diet?

If you're interested in adding more whole grains to your family's diet, yet unsure how to prepare or use them, you'll be inspired by some of the following pages:

Check out Lindsay Nixon from Happy Herbivore's article entitled "15 Great Grains" in which she teaches the basics for successfully cooking fifteen varieties of whole grains. 

If you are in the mood for some simply amazing grains recipes then check out the Forks Over Knives recipe category appropriately titled "Amazing Grains". 

If you are looking for some ideas for nice vegan side dishes that will make you glow from the inside out then go to Oh She Glows for some beautiful whole grain side dishes

There are so many whole grain recipes that are whole food and plant based. The above sites are just a few to get you started. Below are a few articles to keep you going! 

(1) Read the article "For the Love of Grains" by John McDougall MD

(2) What are the Benefits from the Whole Grains Council

(3) Eating Whole Grains Lowers Risk of Mortality