Buckwheat, one of the most valuable grains, with rich protein and fiber content.
Buckwheat is raw, naturally free from gluten and great source of calcium, potassium and iron.
Ways to use Raw Buckwheat
You can use buckwheat in all recipes where you use rice. You can try classic rice, risotto, porridge and even soup with buckwheat.
You can boil the buckwheat and add it to your salads and make your meal more nutritious. Take a look at our recipes to start the world of buckwheat with the two flavors, we think that it fits most: a great rice or a delicious tabbouleh 🙂
Packed in a 450 g glass jar to preserve freshness and ease of use
Buckwheat may contain the word “wheat,” but it is not a wheat grain and is gluten-free. It belongs to the family of pseudocereals, a group of grains that are eaten like cereals.
For general boiling, you can boil by adding buckwheat and water at a ratio of one to two after washing with water. After boiling, you can cook for about 30 minutes on low heat. If you are cooking rice, you can follow your recipe! The product naturally contains sugar. It naturally contains fiber and high protein. The color tone may differ due to the nature of the product.
100% Raw Buckwheat
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|Karabuğday / Buckwheat|
|of which satures (g)||0.4|
|of which trans (g)||0|
|of which sugar (g)||0.8|