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 Nepali word for Quinoa

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Posted on 05-26-12 4:26 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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 Been looking up the Nepali word for Quinoa. Is it "jau"? 
 
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Posted on 05-26-12 5:41 PM     [Snapshot: 72]     Reply [Subscribe]
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my fav rice replacement, don't even remember when was the last time I ate rice.. may be 7 years ago??

 
Posted on 05-26-12 6:52 PM     [Snapshot: 127]     Reply [Subscribe]
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 Quinoa is not जौ, and neither it is any of the grains they are talking about in that article, Buckwheat is फापर and Cheeno is similar to corn, but it's definitely not Quinoa. I forgot the Nepali name, but a Cheeno plant is usually taller and skinnier than a corn plant, and the grains are also smaller (about 1/3 to 1/2 the size of a corn seed). 

I'm not 100% sure but Quinoa is called लट्टे in Nepali.

 
Posted on 05-26-12 7:45 PM     [Snapshot: 166]     Reply [Subscribe]
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लट्टे and Quinoa are not same plants... लट्टे is known as Amaranth... they are similar in some resepct but the findamental difference is that Quinoa is cool weather crop while amaranth is a warm weather one....
I donot think there is a name in Nepali language for that plant.....


 
Posted on 05-26-12 8:50 PM     [Snapshot: 208]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Most likely it is an alien crop to Nepal.  
 
Posted on 05-26-12 11:49 PM     [Snapshot: 296]     Reply [Subscribe]
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 Jantare, I came to know that quinoa isn't found it Nepal. It's grown mainly in South America. 

BT, how do you cook it? I'm trying to use it as a replacement for rice too. 

 
Posted on 10-21-14 12:50 AM     [Snapshot: 3814]     Reply [Subscribe]
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My friend was arguing that it's kodo,, kodo ko didho sort of thing, as far as i know kodo is called millet, isn't it?
 
Posted on 10-21-14 8:12 AM     [Snapshot: 3894]     Reply [Subscribe]
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It's called "Chinu".



"Since they get rice from the World Food Program, no one wants to grow millet, barley or quinoa (locally known as chinu)."




 
Posted on 10-21-14 11:47 AM     [Snapshot: 3955]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Kodo is dhindo sort of thing re euta scientist le feri. Dhindo is a treasured 'delicacy' made out of buckwheat (faapar), millet (kodo), or corn (makai).

Thanks Rahulhcl. Chinu bhanya ta chinnu na jannu word bhayo ni ta. Tesaile thaha nabhayeko hola. Regardless, good to know.
 
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On the same note what "Bhaang" seeds is called in English? I know you get it on Sprouts but can't think of the name. It's great for "Aalu ko Achar", way better than sesame seeds.
 
Posted on 10-21-14 2:45 PM     [Snapshot: 4044]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Mangale, it is called "Hemp Seeds"
 
Posted on 04-07-15 2:56 PM     [Snapshot: 5616]     Reply [Subscribe]
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGgYuh2d-wM

Found some wild quinoa growing. It is known as lambsquarters or goosefoot and was harvested by the native american as far back as 2,000 years ago. It is part of the chenopium family wich is found all over the world and was also harvested in ancient Nepal.



 
Posted on 04-07-15 9:50 PM     [Snapshot: 5857]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I dont think there is any nepali word for quinoa. Last time around 2yrs ago, when i was in Nepal I looked for quinoa everywhere without any luck. Probably coz its not a grain and i doubt whether it can grow in there. One of my best substitute for rice in weekdays.
 
Posted on 04-08-15 5:29 AM     [Snapshot: 5957]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I came across a store in Bhatbhateni/Baluwatar area that sells it. A kilo was Rs. 320, I think.
 
Posted on 01-14-16 7:58 PM     [Snapshot: 9675]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I just research about Quinoa, hard to find in Nepal.. I found nothing
 
Posted on 01-15-16 8:00 AM     [Snapshot: 9882]     Reply [Subscribe]
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It's called "Chinu".



"Since they get rice from the World Food Program, no one wants to grow millet, barley or quinoa (locally known as chinu)."

http://www.myrepublica.com/portal/index.php?action=news_details&news_id=67051&show_comments=true

 
Posted on 01-15-16 9:25 AM     [Snapshot: 9944]     Reply [Subscribe]
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भातेको गन्थन !
यी पौस्टिक आहार हरु पहिले गरिबगुरुवा ले खाने गर्थे : अहिले ठिक उल्टो भएको छ | अब धनि भनाउदा हरु विदेश बाट निर्यात गरि खान सुरु गर्दै छन् अनि भाते बाट ढिडे हुने तरखरमा छन् |
मैले पनि ढिडे हौ भनेको का बाट हुनु : घरमा महाभारत सुरु भयो | उसिना चामल पनि भित्र्याउन सकिन अरु को कुरा नगरौ | कहिले काही Whole - Food बाट जौ फापर आदि किनेर ल्याऊछु अनि बिहान रोट्टा ( Pan Cake ) बनाएर खानेमा मै मात्र हुन्छु |

 
Posted on 01-15-16 10:50 AM     [Snapshot: 10034]     Reply [Subscribe]
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All diabetic patients here. Time to hit the gym before i also join the PACK :) #nonlazypeople, #healthylifestyle
 
Posted on 01-15-16 1:19 PM     [Snapshot: 10149]     Reply [Subscribe]
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भात खाएर पाध्नु को मज्जा नै आर्कै, के थाह किन्वा खाने हरु लाई
 
Posted on 07-15-17 7:27 PM     [Snapshot: 20590]     Reply [Subscribe]
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i think quinoa is called daliya in nepal
 
Posted on 11-26-17 2:13 AM     [Snapshot: 24198]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Yaslai nepalima junelo vaninxa. tyastai ta lagdai thyo but I found it in the internet. Yasko plant makai ko jastai hunxa but ghoga lagdaina n dana ni saano hunxa. praya vutera khainxa ramro ful uthxa.

Link: http://www.easyfusionrecipe.com/yummy-appetizer/quinoa-1052/
 



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