Quinoa is a gluten-free, protein-packed pseudo-cereal that is a great substitute for pasta and rice. The ancient grain is so nutritious, it is considered a “superfood.” But what about Passover? While quinoa is not on the traditional Passover list of ingredients, it is kosher for Jews to eat because it was processed in a way that did not involve any grains which may have been mixed with non-kosher grains. Quinoa is so popular that, according to the Wall Street Journal, Peru’s government has been growing it, and the country has become the world’s leading producer of grain. So what does this mean for Passover? It means that, for the first time, Kosher for Passover quinoa is now available for sale.