Kodo millet is basically a drought resistant crop. Kodo millet is the coarsest of all food grains. Its grain is covered with a horny seed coat which should be removed before cooking. It is grown primarily in India, but also in the Philippines, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, and in West Africa where it originated. It is a small, seeded cereal grain. Its colour varies from being light brown to a dark grey. It is a popular food used in fasting in some parts of India.
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