This amaranth has nutritious, flavorful foliage with a hearty spinach flavor that is sweet and slightly tangy.
Amaranth loves the heat and is drought tolerant once established.
It makes a great salad ingredient after spring greens have been harvested or are bolting.
Steam, stir-fry, saute, or mix with spaghetti sauce, rice, or meatloaf.
Easy to harvest, the seed is about 13% protein-higher than most other grains.
90-110 days to maturity if grown for seeds.
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