Not too long ago, quinoa was only found in health food stores. Now, the grain-like seed is popping up in supermarkets and all kinds of dishes. Quinoa’s rise to fame can be credited to its impressive versatility, plus the fact that it is gluten-free and high in protein and fiber.

In fact, it’s so nutritious that NASA considers it a good candidate crop to eventually be grown in space colonies. Here on earth, though, you can still eat quinoa to your heart’s content with these 10 ideas.

Looking for an innovative way to incorporate quinoa into your diet? Check out the slideshow above!

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