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Grain Fine Wheat Easy Cooking Uvelka 400g

It is easy to cook groats in boil-in-bags — no sticking, no need to stand by the stove and stir, and a pan remains clean.
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How can you easily cook a side dish without spending much time?
Uvelka boil-in-bag hulled millet. It is easy to cook groats in boil-in-bags — no sticking, no need to stand by the stove and stir, and a pan remains clean.
Uvelka hulled millet retains all its nutritional properties during manufacturing. Millet is an excellent source of vitamins, minerals and essential amino acids. Millet improves your digestion and well-being and gives you strength. High in manganese, it aids your metabolism. The presence of magnesium in millet enhances physical endurance.

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