4 Surprising Uses for Alternative Grains
Gather round, children, and I’ll tell you a strange and wondrous tale about a bygone period in our nation’s culinary history. It was the 1950s—a simpler, meat ’n’ potatoes era when American consumers were still amazed by the convenience and ease that mass-produced, processed foods brought to their lives. TV was still relatively new, and the TV dinner was newer still. Frozen foods were flourishing. Canned items were ubiquitous.