However, its preparation is not a bit more difficult. Do you know everything about buckwheat? Buckwheat is made from buckwheat seeds. This is called pseudo-cereal that can be consumed by people on a gluten-free diet.
Due to the presence of all B vitamins and minerals needed for proper building of bones, muscles and red blood cells, vegetarians and vegans should use it as often as possible. It is also safe for people who use easily digestible, low calorie diets and for diabetics.The complex carbohydrates it contains are gradually released, thanks to which they provide energy for several hours. Not only more and more people appreciate its distinct taste, but also realizes that buckwheat grains are full of beneficial ingredients that we need in everyday functioning. The nutrients contained in buckwheat are. Vitamins: A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12, C, D, folic acid.
Minerals: iron, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium, sodium, copper, zinc, manganese, selenium. Protein: 13.25g / 100g. Fat: 3.40g / 100g.
Buckwheat - what is the best match? With mushrooms (especially dried) and fried onion. With nuts - also cold, in a filling takeaway salad.With herbal spices and coconut oil on which you can fry it. With red meat and aromatic spices. With stewed and fried vegetables. Its preparation is similar to other groats and rice.
Use one part of buckwheat in two parts of water, simmer until all the water is absorbed, and the porridge swells.