TIP OF THE DAY: Leftover Grains As A Soup Garnish

When we have leftover cooked grains—barley, bulgur, kasha, quinoa, rice, etc.—we start using them the next morning in breakfast omelets. By the time lunch comes, we’re ready to make grain salad. If we don’t have enough for a salad, we add the grains to soup. They can make quite a handsome garnish, and most grains…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Leftover Brown Rice Recipes

If you’ve been reading all the posts this month, you know why you need to eat more whole grain. It’s easy to do just by switching two of the most-served starches—white potatoes and white rice, both of which supply minimal nutrition—for nutritious, high-fiber brown rice. When you make brown rice, make double the amount you…
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