Introducing Premium Buckwheat
Despite its name, Buckwheat contains no actual wheat. It is in fact a seed, a cousin to rhubarb. By any name, Buckwheat is prized for its versatility, distinct earthy flavor, and myriad of health benefits.
First domesticated in China over 8,000 years ago, Buckwheat is naturally gluten-free, making a great substitute anywhere wheat is used. Buckwheat noodles, pancakes and cereals have been popular for centuries, but today its use is being expanded to breads, desserts, salads, and as a healthy alternative to rice. Loaded with antioxidants and B vitamins, while rich in fiber and protein, our Buckwheat Groats are a time-tested and tasty addition to practically anything you can think of.
How to eat Buckwheat
- Makes a hearty breakfast meal as an oatmeal replacement
- Makes a delightful salad when you can add chicken, scallions or peas to cooked or cooled Buckwheat
- Add cooked Buckwheat to soups or stews which gives them a hardier flavor and deeper texture
Nutritional Benefits of Buckwheat
- High levels of Rutin which reduces blood clots
- Rich in iron, selenium and zinc
- High levels of protein and soluble fiber
- High in manganese and magnesium