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Quinoa contains more protein than any other grain, and is considered a complete protein because it contains all eight essential amino acids. Quinoa is also higher in unsaturated fats and lower in carbohy-drates than most other grains that are available today.
For a lower fat quiche dish, use egg substitutes in place of whole eggs.

Add your favorite vegetables like asparagus, spinich, red and green bell peppers but don't forget to use low fat cheeses and fat free milk alternatives.
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Culinary Terms

Quahog - The Native American name for the (East Coast) hard-shelled clam. Quahog is also sometimes used to describe very large clams.

Quart - A measure of volume in the U.S. system; 32 fluid ounces equal 1 quart and 4 quarts equal one gallon.

Quenelle - A poached dumpling, usually made of meat or fish.

Quesadilla - A flour tortilla filled, folded, then cooked. The filling usually contains shredded cheese, but may also include ground meat, refried beans, etc.

Queso - The Spanish word for cheese.

Queso Fresco Cheese - A fresh Mexican cheese similar to farmer cheese or cottage cheese. This white, slightly salty cheese is available in Latin markets and many supermarkets; also called queso blanco.

Quiche - This dish is a pastry crust filled with a savory egg custard which usually includes cheese, seasonings, vegetables, and other ingredients. It's typically baked in a shallow, straight-sided, fluted baking dish.

Quick Bread - Quick bread is made with baking soda or baking powder, which is why it's called "quick."

Quince - This yellow-skinned fruit looks and tastes like a cross between an apple and a pear. Its texture and flavor make it better cooked than raw. Its high pectin content make it ideal for use in jams, jellies, and preserves.

Quinoa - Quinoa is a protein rich grain which is also high in unsaturated fat and lower in carbohydrates than most grains. It may be used in any dish in place of rice or similar grains.

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