Teff is a staple crop native to Ethiopia and Eritrea, eff is a part of the grass family Poaceae, and its ability to grow in harsh climates. Brown teff is another variety of the teff grain that is often used in cooking. Like teff ivory, it can be ground into flour and used as a gluten-free alternative to wheat flour. Brown teff flour has a slightly earthy and nutty flavor, which can add depth to a wide range of dishes.
It can be used as a thickener, traditional base for flatbread injera, or as a base for gluten-free baking. Just like teff ivory, brown teff flour is also high in fiber and nutrients, making it a healthy choice for those with dietary restrictions or preferences.
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