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
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 taste better.
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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Food Tips of the Week
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Some lower carbohydrate diet pointers:
* Replace sugar with a low carb substitute such as splenda.
Most recipes that require sugar can be changed to make use of a sugar substitute like splenda. It doesn't weigh the same so you will have to expirement with it and it might not be perfect in every case, but it gives very good results once you have it cracked.
* Use low carb chocolate bars for chocolate muffins.
Once you have converted your most popular chocolate chip cookie or chocolate muffins recipe using soya flour, you really don't want to add in those high carb standard chocolate. Chop up a low carbohydrate choccie bar into little pieces and use that in its place.
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Fortunately, unlike numerous nutritional compounds, this useful phytochemical not only survives being cooked, but is noticeably increased in efficacy by cooking.
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