He most basic definition is that sweet food has the flavor or taste of sugar or honey, while savory food is not sweet, but rather full-flavored and sometimes spicy. Sweet and savory foods often complement each other at a dinner
Traditional savory ingredients include hydrolyzed proteins (animal and plant), monosodium glutamate (MSG) and yeast extracts. By far, MSG is the most cost-effective flavor enhancer and dominates the savory ingredients market, according to Dallas-based research firm MarketsAndMarkets.
Millets are rich in iron, proteins, fiber, minerals such as calcium and magnesium, and also antioxidants. They help improve heart health, reduce blood pressure, reduce the risk of blockage and stroke. Millets have also been found to reduce the risk of certain types of cancers
Millet is rich in dietary fiber, both soluble and insoluble. The insoluble fiber in millet is known as a “prebiotic,” which means it supports good bacteria in your digestive system. This type of fiber is also important for adding bulk to stools, which helps keep you regular and reduces your risk of colon cancer.