Colorado Springs, Colorado 2021-09-25 18:26:31 –
PUEBLO — A non-profit organization focused on healthy agricultural technology, the Colorado Grain Chain has been paired with the Pueblo Food Project for a two-day road show at the Chile Festival.
The two organizations provided hands-on education with tortilla demonstrations.
“It’s important to recognize the diversity of these grains, the quality of nutrition, the quality of the community, and the culture and traditions associated with these grains,” said Nanna Meyer, an associate professor at UCSS. Stated.
A recent study by the Colorado grain chain found that grains are excluded from the sustainable sourcing and agriculture debate, even though they are a popular part of what consumers eat.
“We eat blindly, we eat white bread blindly, we don’t know enough,” Meyer said.
If you want to know more about grain usage and how to bake bread, a road show will be held on Sunday.
“You can learn all the different ways to use grain in all the traditional ways, such as tapping it by hand or cooking it in a clay oven.”
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