All About Buckwheat Recipe
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The many forms of Buckwheat!:
Buckwheat Seed: It's a fruit, not a grain. Planted around the world.
Triangular hard hull. Fresh seeds can be sprouted; ready-to-eat in
about 5 days.
Kasha: Hulled and roasted to bring out distinctive, nutlike flavor.
Packaged four ways; whole, coarse, medium, fine.
Whole Buckwheat Groats: Hulled and unroasted. Mild-flavored. Better
than barley or rice!
Cream of Buckwheat: 100% pure groats milled to the size of sesame
seeds. Look like corn grits and other "cream of..." cereals, but
Buckwheat Flour: Both light and whole buckwheat flour are 100%
buckwheat. Gluten-free. For fiber and flavor, each contains very
finely milled particles of buckwheat hulls (more in whole flour).
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