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Food To Live Certified Organic Buckwheat Groats (Raw, Hulled, Non-GMO, Bulk) (3 Pounds)

Buckwheat, also called jadrica, gryczana kasza, grechka, and kasha, is an amazing food which is really good for you. As it's not a grain but a fruit seed, it can be used to substitute grains for people with sensitive stomachs. It usually comes in two forms, flour or groats. Note that groats are the hulled seeds of the buckwheat plant that are used for cooking.Although it's not exactly Paleo, the Certified Organic Buckwheat from Food To Live® can be used as a proteing.Although it's not exactly Paleo, the Certified Organic Buckwheat from Food To Live® can be used as a protein source in a vegetarian-Paleo diet if the seeds are soaked or sprouted prior to eating.Nutritional ValueBuckwheat is extremely healthy and a real nutritional powerhouse. It contains manganese, magnesium, copper, phosphorus, and other minerals. Every cup of cooked groats also has only 1g of fat and 155 calories, while it gives you 6g of protein and 5g of fiber.DirectionsBuckwheat pancakes, granola, and porridge make fantastic breakfast choices. If you want to enjoy this food in its healthiest form, you should try sprouting buckwheat.To cook Food To Live® Organic Buckwheat Groats you should rinse and soak them for several hours. Then, cook them on medium heat like any other cereal. You can enjoy the delicious kernels with sauces or mix them into salads. Buckwheat flour can be used to make noodles (soba), pancakes, cookies, and muffins.You can also try this amazing recipe of an overnight vegan parfait with raw buckwheat and chia.Ingredients:- Buckwheat groats soaked overnight- Chia seeds soaked overnight- Almond milk- Fruits and/or berries to your liking- Cashew nut butter- Maple syrup or honeyInstructions:1. Rinse the buckwheat mixture and mix it with soaked chia and almond milk (with the proportions to your liking).2. Layer the mixture with berries/fruit and cashew butter in a parfait glass.3. Sprinkle with honey/maple syrup and enjoy!This product is processed in a facility that also processes tree nuts and wheat. read more