Buckwheat, Organic, 250g
Buckwheat isn’t actually related to wheat. It’s a gluten free seed similar to quinoa, but with a nicer texture. A great option it you’re avoiding wheat or gluten. The whole grains are called buckwheat groats.
How to cook Buckwheat
Cooking buckwheat from scratch is super easy, simply boil in salted water for 10 minutes. Alternatively you can add to soups, stews or other dishes for the last 10-15 minutes of cooking.
How to eat buckwheat
You can serve buckwheat as a simple side, or drizzled with oil and lemon. You can toss cooked buckwheat through a salad to add some body.
Why not try this Buckwheat Kasha recipe from the Babaganoush website https://www.babaganosh.org/buckwheat-kasha-with-mushrooms/ . The author says…
“Buckwheat Kasha Recipe with Sauteed Mushrooms, Onions, and Peas, drizzled with truffle oil for a touch of decadence. This naturally gluten-free side dish is ready in 20 minutes, and it is super healthy thanks to the nutrients in the buckwheat groats. In the Russian language, the word “kasha” means any kind of grains or grain-like ingredients cooked in water or milk. Cooked buckwheat? Kasha. Rice porridge? Kasha. Oatmeal? Kasha. You get the idea”
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