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Originally Posted by RabbitLuvr View Post

I buy quinoa in big bags at Costco. It's pretty inexpensive this way. Still costs more than rice, but I use quinoa for different things than I use rice for.
That's where I get my quinoa at also. Love making quinoa/spinach patties with the stuff. I don't think I'd buy that much of it if I had to pay $13/pound.
 

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13 dollars is really high. I'd shop around even online for better prices. Yes, quinoa is worth it, it is a complete protein that is gluten free. It has the same 8 essential amino acids that meat does, which is why it's a complete protein. Since it is gluten free, it also makes a great seed, since it's not really a grain, for those with sensitivites or celiac disease. Definately try to find a cheaper source! Even amazon might have it cheaper. I buy mine at the local co op, for $3.29 for organic quinoa.

Arrowhead looks like your best bet from Amazon- http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_no...quinoa&x=0&y=0 or organic quinoa for $3.99....http://nuts.com/cookingbaking/grains...FQnd4AodmlJ97Q

or from Vitacost.com- http://www.vitacost.com/productResul...543503971|mt|p
 
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