Quinoa is rich in protein and contains all the amino acids the human body needs in their daily diet, fiber, folic acid, calcium, phosphorus, iron, among others. more and more personal than this grain consumed us and benefit from its nutrients multiple lines below will know why.
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Google always in constant development of new technological tools, now hopefully the project to be extended to other countries.
The technology giant to seize your potential Google Maps to encourage the use of renewable energy. How? Measuring the amount of solar energy that can reach ceilings and consequently the photovoltaic panels that can be installed, taking as reference the weather, the angle of the roofs and obstacles that may generate shade as trees or chimneys.
This service is already available in small urban areas of the United States, as in the Bay of San Francisco, Fresno and Boston, but the idea is to extend it to more regions, Google says. In addition, the tool also has the potential to be a means of contact with end-users installers.
According to The Next Web, Sunroof Project also seeks to win over people who are not interested in solar energy, showing how much money you could save by installing the solar panels without the need to hire an expert to perform measurements and quotes.
With this Google project also aims to reduce its carbon emissions, in addition to helping fund the largest solar park in Africa.
Source: Fayer wayer, Video: Google
It is pleased to enjoy fast and healthy food with quality ingredients and nutrients. To accompany this here burger recipe broccoli, tofu and quinoa you prepare for your happiness and your guests …
- 1 head broccoli
- 20 grams of quinoa
- 180 grams of tofu
- half an onion
- 1 clove garlic
- 1 red pepper
- Olive oil
- Bread crumbs
- 1 pinch black pepper
- 1 pinch of garlic powder
- 1 pinch of dried basil
We started moisturizing quinoa in a bowl with enough water to cover. In a pot we boil the broccoli cut into flowers, until cooked through. Finely chop the onion, bell pepper and tofu. We all chopped in a bowl and crush to integrate everything. Quinoa we drain them and add to the mixture and continue grinding. Same process with broccoli, until a pliable dough. We add all the spices and the oil and re-mix. To make the dough manageable, we add 1/3 cup bread crumbs, and mix to finally obtain a homogeneous mass.
Form balls of dough and crushed. We can make the burgers to pan fried or baked, according to your taste. Doneness what you choose, if you want to remain softer or crisper.
Source: lr21.com.uy Photo: Sweet On Veg.
As we know in an Andean Quinoa grain grown and consumed by ancient Peruvians over 15,000 years ago, valued our neighboring country ceased to be the leading exporter of the grain of gold and been overcome by us now internationally.
The National Statistics Institute (INE) reported that Peru traveled to Bolivia as a world leading exporter of quinoa in the first five months of 2015.
The INE report indicates that 9000 Bolivia exported 248 tonnes of cereal, which reported a profit of $ 47.1 million.
For its part, Peru sold 12 thousand 454 tons and grossed $ 52.2 million.
INE figures, backed by the Bolivian Institute of Foreign Trade (IBCE) reflects the reduction of Bolivian exports of grain.
Paola Mejia, general manager of the Bolivian Chamber of Exporters and Organic Quinoa Producers (Cabolqui), Paola Mejia said the result is worrying for their country.
He explained that the new figures are due to Peru began an aggressive conventional quinoa production in 2013, with two crops a year. Bolivia only takes one every 12 months.
He said the Ministry of Rural Development and Land works closely with quinoa producers in Europe for the PDO real Bolivian quinoa as 100%.
He said the government of that country makes the necessary arrangements for the country brand in the US market for intellectual and genetic Grain rights are recognized.
Source: News Peru | LaRepublica.pe
As many of our native products Sacha Inchi (Plukenitia volublilis L.) is typical of the Peruvian Amazon and is rich in oil, protein and high in omega 3. Here is more information about the Sacha Inchi and its benefits