LVF – Sorghum Flour 400g
Sorghum is a genus of flowering plants in the grass family
Poaceae. It originated in Africa and is now cultivated widely in
tropical and subtropical regions. Mainly used for making porridge,
unleavened bread, cookies, cakes, couscous and malted beverage.
Parched seeds are used as coffee substitutes.
Sorghum is one of the best sources available for dietary fibre, high
in protein, good source of iron, phosphorus, magnesium, copper,
calcium, zinc and potassium.
It can also be eaten whole in a form of porridge, boiled or baked
as a side dish or main course.
GMO Free, Vegan Friendly Naturally Gluten Free,
About Local Village Foods
Food helps us celebrate and appreciate the significance of our diverse traditions, it accompanies all of life’s most significant moments. Food plays an important role in the social and traditional life of African cultures and their peoples. Food is central to welcoming friends and strangers into homes and villages. What we eat helps us understand who we are and how we fi t into the world. Food is the currency for true connection. Connection to self, to others, and to all of life. And yet at the global banquet table, African foods and ingredients, together with the continent’s diverse food traditions, remain underrepresented.