Kodo millet is an annual grain, grown and consumed commonly in southern India. It is quite popular as upvas food (fast) in India and is used as a good substitute for rice. It can be incorporated into daily meals and can be used to make a variety of dishes like idli, dosa, pulao, chapattis, sheera, and biscuits.
Check for the best before date while buying and it should be moisture-free.
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