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Often relegated to lunch or dinner, these nutty, chewy kernels deserve a spot in your morning rotation. With some brands, a single serving (1/4 cup) delivers up to 7 grams of fiber—nearly twice the amount in oats. Though farro is commonly sold semi-pearled, which means part of the grain's outer coating has been removed to speed cooking, some lightly processed varieties still retain their high fiber content.

Make It a Meal
Jackie Newgent, nutritionist and author of Big Green Cookbook, suggests this recipe.

Get the recipe: Citrusy Farro with Pistachios