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Weddings probably have the most unwritten taboos and complicated protocol of an social event. Advice columnists read 1,000s of questions about etiquette, who’s who, and what to do. My advice is for the wedding guest on the protocol and wisdom of gift-giving.

Quinoa is related to beets and spinach. In terms of growth, it is very undemanding and thrives in different locations, from seaside areas to high mountain slopes. Quinoa grows well in poor quality soil and demands very little fertilizer. It does not need much water to grow and has its own natural insecticide so that harmful pesticides are not required.

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You can even increase quinoa’s awesome nutritional power by germinating the seeds before cooking them. Germination awakens the seed and turns on a host of magical processes to get it ready to become a plant. Through this step many more nutrients and proteins are made available! It only takes 2-4 hours of soaking quinoa in water for germination to take place. You are then ready to proceed with cooking.

Leave approximatly half an inch of space at the edge of the nori furthest from you. Put a little warm water on it to permit the two sides of nori stick together.

Coincidentally, you cook quinoa the same way you cook rice by mixing two parts water to one part quinoa. Bring the mixture to a boil, then cover and simmer for 10-15 minutes until the curly germ of quinoa sticks out from the seed. Or, prepare it in a rice cooker ratings the same way you would cook rice.

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History books tell us that rice came to America by accident. A ship from Madagascar docked in Charleston, South Carolina for urgently needed repairs. In return for the repairs and the southern hospitality extended to the crew of this frigate, John Thurber, the ship’s captain, presented Henry Woodward, Charleston’s first settler, with a bag of rice. Rice has been grown in America ever since! So keep making your rice and follow these simple instructions. You will not be sorry.