Barnyard millet is a wild seed & not a grain! It's also commonly referred to as the Japanese millet!
Whole barnyard millets are commonly used to prepare upma, khichdi and pulav especially during the fasting days.
FIO tips: The barnyard millet can be beneficial if given as porridge or Kheer to babies between 6-8 months!
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