Buckwheat unroasted, 0,4 kg

The premium range of cereals combines non-ordinary and exotic cereals weighing from 350 to 400 grams
Now buckwheat is considered the most valuable, healthy and environmentally friendly croup. The matter is that buckwheat is unpretentious to soils, when it is grown it does not use fertilizers: the plant is not afraid of weeds, this culture actively expels them from the field. In addition, buckwheat did not become an object of gene modification. A valuable property of buckwheat is the high content of complex carbohydrates. They are slowly processed by the body, creating a long feeling of satiety.

Untreated buckwheat has a greenish-white color, almost does not smell and relatively long boils (35-40 minutes). At the same time, raw cereals are much more valuable than thermally processed, as all vitamins and useful elements are stored in it.

Buckwheat is one of the most amazing products on Earth, combining many useful properties, no contraindications to use and accessibility. Probably, nature itself wanted people to be healthy and happy, therefore, they created all conditions for this, including buckwheat.

Benefit

Пищевая ценность и калорийность на 100 г продукта:

  • The nutritional value , kcal
    329
  • Energy value , кJ
    1377
  • Proteins, g
    12,1
  • Fats, g
    2,6
  • Carbohydrates, g
    68

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Recipes

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Buckwheat unroasted with vegetables

Ingredients:

Buckwheat non-fried TM "One hundred poods" - 175g

Tomato - 2 pieces

Zucchini - 1pc

Bulgarian pepper - 1 pc.

Small carrots - 1 piece

Onion - 1 pc.

Parsley and basil leaves, vegetable oil, salt to taste

Cooking method:

Wash vegetables, peel and cut. Buckwheat washed in cold water. In the cauldron pour a little oil, put the cut vegetables and buckwheat.

Top up the water so that it covers the food. Bring to a boil and cook over low heat under the lid until done.

At the end of the cooking, add salt to taste and chopped parsley leaves and basil.

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