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Organic Foxtail Millet
₹95.00₹95.00
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Organic Kodo Millet
₹105.00₹105.00
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Organic Whole Jowar - Sorghum
₹60.00₹55.00
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Organic Little Millet - Varai
₹110.00₹110.00
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Organic Whole Ragi (Nachni)
₹60.00₹55.00
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Organic Barnyard Millet - Jhangura
₹115.00₹115.00
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Organic Whole Bajra - Pearl Millet
₹55.00₹50.00
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Organic Brown Top Millet
₹105.00₹105.00

About Millets: Heritage Product

Millets are the 1st crops to be domesticated by mankind and have been grown in Asia for more than 6000 years.

India is a land having a rich heritage of millets which have been grown across the length and breadth of our landmass.
From the hills of Uttarakhand to the dry Deccan plateau we've got millets local to every region and for the nutritional needs of humans across these geographies.

Once a regular part of our food plates, these nutritious grains slowly started to disappear with the introduction of the Green Revolution in the 1970s.

But we've come a long way from there. The year 2023 has been declared as the International Year of Millets by the United Nations (on India's recommendation).

The importance of millets for our nutritional needs and for the food security of our ever growing population has now been understood by us consumers and decision-makers on a policy level as well and 2023 is just the beginning.

Naturally Grown Nutritious Millets from the Drought Prone Region of Anantpur

We're working with the Timbaktu Collective from Andhra Pradesh to get you nutritious millet varieties grown naturally by women farmers.


These millets are a great source of nutrition for us while being a step in the right direction for our food security and for a stable income source for the farmers.

Naturally Grown Nutritious Millets from the Drought Prone Region of Anantpur

Natural Nutrition for all our Varied Nutritional Requirements

As per Dr Khadar Vali, The Millet Man of India, since Millets take a longer time to digest, they do not cause sudden insulin spikes. This helps prevent chronic diseases like diabetes.


Millets are high in dietary fibre and they lower blood glucose levels and increase insulin response. The fibre also helps absorb nutrition and makes you feel full so you avoid eating in excess for the next few hours.


Millets are high in protein and contain many other nutrients like calcium, iron, zinc. They are also highly rich in vitamin B6, niacin and folic acid."


Naturally Grown Nutritious Millets from the Drought Prone Region of Anantpur

We're working with the Timbaktu Collective from Andhra Pradesh to get you nutritious millet varieties grown naturally by women farmers.


These millets are a great source of nutrition for us while being a step in the right direction for our food security and for a stable income source for the farmers.

Natural Nutrition for all our Varied Nutritional Requirements

As per Dr Khadar Vali, The Millet Man of India, since Millets take a longer time to digest, they do not cause sudden insulin spikes. This helps prevent chronic diseases like diabetes.


Millets are high in dietary fibre and they lower blood glucose levels and increase insulin response. The fibre also helps absorb nutrition and makes you feel full so you avoid eating in excess for the next few hours.


Millets are high in protein and contain many other nutrients like calcium, iron, zinc. They are also highly rich in vitamin B6, niacin and folic acid."


6 Key Benefits Of Millets

For a healthy body and healthy mind

have a Question? We're here to Help!

Still have questions? Call us at 9372029662 or email us at taste@monksbouffe.com

1. I am trying millets for the first time. Which millet should I try?

Ideally there is no specific millet one should be consuming. All the millets have their own nutritional profile and benefit in their own way.


Though, as per the versatility of taste and usage - one can use Foxtail millet or Barnyard Millet as a khichadi.

2. Are millets gluten free?

Yes. Millets are 100% gluten free.

3 What is Siridhanya

Dr Khadar Vali, the Millet Man of India has identified 5 millets that he believes prevent and cure many diseases. He calls these millets as Siridhanya (rich grains). These 5 millets are Kodo, Little, Foxtail, Banyard and Browntop Millet.

4. Are millets easy to digest?

Millets do not contain gluten which helps them avoid being sticky. Besides being highly nutritious they are also non-acid forming. This makes them easy to digest. 

5. Are these millets Unpolished or Unpolished? And what’s the difference between both?

Millets can be available in polished or unpolished form. Unpolished millets should be preferred as they are comparatively more nutritious.


You can differentiate between polished and unpolished millets one needs to look at their Colour and texture. Shinier ones are usually polished.


Monks Bouffe Millets are unpolished.

6. How to substitute rice with millets?

Millets can be used in the exact same way as rice. In a khichadi, cooking them in a pan or cooker, making a biryani or pulao.

7. What is the soaking time of millets?

Millets should ideally be sown overnight. But at least 3-4 hours of soaking is essential as it breaks down the phytic acid in millets, making them easier to digest. 

8. Can we eat millets daily?

Yes, we can surely have millets daily. Ideally having a different millet after consuming one for 2-3 days can help in increasing our nutritional profile in a positive way.

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