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    Minute Ready to Serve Organic Red Quinoa & Brown Rice with Garlic Cups

    Reviewed and edited by a celiac disease expert.
    Minute Ready to Serve Organic Red Quinoa & Brown Rice with Garlic Cups -

    How can you improve Minute's Ready to Serve Brown Rice & Quinoa Cups? Just add garlic!

    I thought the non-garlic and non-organic version of their cups were great, and that it would be difficult to improve on the idea, but I was wrong.



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    I had the pleasure of trying their organic version with garlic, and I must say that the savory flavor is even better than the non-garlic version. And who wouldn't go for an organic version when given a choice? Offering an organic version of these cups was a wise decision.

    Just like the Minute Ready to Serve Brown Rice & Quinoa Cups, which we reviewed last month, the organic with garlic version is ready to eat in only 60 seconds. You just can't beat the convenience offered by these nutritious, high-fiber, and organic cups.

    For lunch today I made one cup with a side salad, and my coworkers were jealous! Besides being organic, these cups do not contain any preservatives, and you don't need to add anything to prepare them—simply heat one in the microwave for a minute. How could it get any easier—or better?!

    For more info visit their site.



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