Ragi is one of the oldest grains known to man, having been introduced to the Indian subcontinent more than 3000 years ago.
Ragi millet is used in a variety of cuisines, including roti, dosa, porridge, and more. It's also combined with other flours to produce idlies, bread, and other foods. The Ragi grain is so small that polishing it is nearly impossible. Do you have any idea what that means? It means that all of the wonderful stuff is kept in it for us to enjoy.
When compared to rice, this small millet is thought to offer thirty times more calcium and ten times the fibre. It provides a low-cost source of a variety of nutrients, notably the amino acid methionine.