Cook your grains to instructions, if you can’t get the grains I used, you can always boil up some wild rice, any other grain or even couscous.
Set aside to cool.
Chop the parsley and cut the tomatoes and radishes into small chunks or slices.
In a medium to large size bowl mix the grains together with the parsley, tomatoes and radishes.
Combine well, season with salt and pepper and mix in the the lemon juice.
Serve on its own or use as a side dish.
Most people think that parsley is just decoration on a lovely buffet table and it comes as a surprise to many that a small amount of parsley is packed with vitamins. Just two tablespoons provides two percent of your daily calcium, iron, and folate; 12 percent of your vitamin A; over 150 percent of your vitamin K; and 16 percent of your vitamin C.