Try Millet instead of Quinoa
While millet might not currently be “all the rage” it packs 15% protein, is gluten free, high fiber, is full of b-complex vitamins and is relatively inexpensive and can be cooked and incorporated in to many dishes.
Also, you won’t be decimating the supply of quinoa for the people who relied on it as a staple to their diet for years. You also won’t be paying sky rocketing prices to do so.
U.S. pilot makes a mistake and drops a bomb on an Afghan wedding, killing 30. This happened today as well.