Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) is a grain related to millet. Some varieties are grown for their sugar content and used to produce sugar; others are milled into flour. In the United States, sorghum is grown in Mississippi, where it is also known as milo, and used primarily for animal feed. Known in Hindi as jowar, sorghum flour is used, alone or in combination with wheat flour, for making stove-top breads in the northwestern parts of the Subcontinent. It is sold in some South Asian grocery stores; it is also available from Bob’s Red Mill, an American organic flour company, labeled both “sweet flour” and “sorghum flour.” Sorghum flour contains no gluten.