Sorghum, Tarahumara Popping: "White seeds are traditionally popped and ground into flour. Popped seeds can be eaten as a nutty, tasty snack. Originally collected from Batopilas Canyon in the Sierra Madres of Mexico. Flour is nutritious and gluten free. Approx. 2g/75 seeds per packet."
Sorghum, Apache Red "Sugarcane:" "The beautiful red seedheads attract birds, and the stalk is chewed like candy when the red seeds are ripe. From the San Carlos Apache Reservation, Arizona. seeds per packet.