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  • Shiloh Farms Organic Sorghum
  • Shiloh Farms Organic Sorghum
  • Shiloh Farms Organic Sorghum
  • Shiloh Farms Organic Sorghum, popped
  • Shiloh Farms Organic Sorghum - Nutritional Information
  • Certified Organic by Pennsylvania Certified Organic (www.paorganic.org)
  • 100% Whole Grain - 48 grams of whole grain per serving
  • Certified Kosher by KOF-K Kosher Supervision (www.www.kof-k.org)

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Sorghum Grain, Organic


 Product Description

Sorghum Pilaf

With its hearty, chewy texture and delicate, neutral flavor, SHILOH FARMS Sorghum is a versatile grain with a wide variety of uses. Because it adapts well to other flavors and is naturally gluten free, sorghum is especially useful in replacing wheat products in many recipes.

Because it has a very thin hull, sorghum is typically eaten whole, meaning you get all of the nutrients of the natural whole grain. Sorghum is a valuable source of protein, fiber, iron, and magnesium and is relatively low on the glycemic index, making it a good option for diabetics.

An ancient cereal grain, sorghum is thought to have originated in Northern Africa over 8,000 years ago. 

To Cook: Sort and rinse. Soak overnight using a ratio of 3 cups water to every 1 cup grain. After soaking, bring water to a boil and cook for several minutes. Reduce heat and simmer about 45-60 minutes, or until water is absorbed and grain is tender.

1. Sorghum grain makes a perfect substitute for couscous, bulgur, and barley in soups and side dishes.
2. Use a hand mill or food processor to grind sorghum to the degree of fineness required (coarsely ground for a cooked cereal; finely ground for flour). Flour should be prepared fresh; if not using within a few days, store in the freezer.
3. Try popping sorghum grain! Smaller and lighter than traditional popcorn, popped sorghum has a similar flavor and light crunch.

48g or more of Whole Grain per serving

Certified Organic by Pennsylvania Certified Organic (www.paorganic.org)

Certified Kosher by KOF-K Kosher Supervision (www.www.kof-k.org)

Packaged as part of a wheat-free rotation in a facility that also handles wheat, soy, & tree nuts. Read about our cleaning processes & procedures here.

Country of OriginUSA

Ingredients: Organic Whole Grain White Sorghum

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  1. Great whole grain

    Posted by Vijay on 30th Apr 2020

    We have ordered Sorghum many times at Shiloh Farms. It is staple in India, but hard to find in US. We are very happy with the product, prompt delivery and great customer service (never had issues, just asked questions over email and got prompt reply.) Wish there were wider variety of millets available.

    We grind it on our own (to preserve the bran) in a Nutrimill and make it into "rotis" - Indian equivalent of Tortillas.

  2. Tasty, easy to make, and nutritious

    Posted by Joel on 20th Aug 2018

    I found out about sorghum in an article describing it as being a gluten-free grain that is also alleged to help boost testosterone.

    It's easy to make, has a fragrant earthy taste, and works well mixed in stews of all kinds.

    I'm grateful to Shiloh Farms for providing sorghum in the organic form, as organic sorghum is difficult to find.

  3. Perfect

    Posted by Matthew Eckert on 5th Apr 2018

    I make mine in big batches and eat it throughout the week. It's my primary food source!

  4. Great Gluten Free Grain!

    Posted by Carol M on 10th Feb 2018

    This was the first time I ever bought and cooked sorghum. I was surprised how gentle this flavor is. It was great mixed in salad, or just combined with butter substitute and dried herbs for a quick snack. It's chewiness gives eating satisfaction even better than brown rice, which I also like. The sorghum is a great thickener for soups and was just right added to homemade chili. Really enjoyed it in a few ways.

    I understand it's a staple grain in some African countries. Not sure why this grain isn't more popular in the US. Perhaps it's because it takes as long as brown rice to cook, but next time I'm going to try cooking more of it and freezing a couple of portions for quick meals later.

  5. Makes wonderful flour for bread

    Posted by Unknown on 7th Nov 2011

    I grind this sorghum into flour to make gluten free breads to feed my family. This is very fresh, delicious grain. Love it.


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