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Foxtail millet is one of the oldest cultivated cereal grain and the most economically important species of the Setaria genus. Foxtail millet is a dual-purpose plant grown for its grain, which is used for human food and animal feeding, and for fodder The grain can be cooked in the same manner as rice and has many food applications (porridge, pudding, breads, cakes, flour, chips, rolls, noodles). It is an important staple food in India and northern China. Foxtail millet is fermented to make vinegar and wine in China, and to make beer in Russia and Myanmar. Sprouted grains are eaten as a vegetable.