Adjuncts don't convert grains, grains convert adjuncts. In typical terminology, grain means malt and adjucts mean unmalted other "stuff". It sounds like you just have the definitions backwards; your quinoa malt is your grain and rice syrup and sorghum are your adjunct sugars. In any case, the sugar syrups should be fully converted when you buy them. Quinoa is probably not going to get any additional conversion, although something like Promalt might break down additional starches.
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