- Sorghum, also known as jowar/Juvar, is an ancient grain native to Africa and a popular staple in India.
- This cereal grain grows tall like corn and is available in many different varieties and colors.
The grain is usually ground into a meal that is made into porridge, flatbreads, and cakes.
- Aiva Sorghum is of the white variety and a great substitute for rice, quinoa, couscous, bulgur, and barley.
- It can be steamed, eaten whole, or popped like popcorn! Add it to soups, salads, pilafs, granola bars or simply pop and snack on it!
- Country of Origin: India