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Discussion in 'Feeding & Watering Your Flock' started by stone_family3, Dec 15, 2011.
or can I just soak it over night?
Family really didn't like it and I have two boxes
I don't really know anything about quinoa but a quick search of the internet using the words - quinoa and anti-nutrients - turned up an interesting article on research at Brigham Young University:
quinoa . . . growth and survival of broiler chicks (click)
I don't know if your quinoa has been processed or not. There is saponin in the quinoa seedcoat and it is pretty obvious that it must be removed or neutralized. Anti-nutrients are not just difficult to digest but they interfere with the digestion of other important nutrients in the diet.
Quote:The quonia should be cooked, and make sure to rinse good it before you cook it. It only takes 20 minutes to cook.