Buckwheat Organic Flour

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Buckwheat Organic Flour – 1kg – Non-GMO Gluten-Free – Vegan Vegetarian and Kosher Flour

  • EXCELLENT PROTEIN SOURCE – Highest in amino acids, minerals and fiber, buckwheat is a grain loved my millions of people due to its nutritional quality and excellent taste. This buckwheat flour is also rich in iron, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
  • DELICIOUS – Buckwheat is one of the best-tasting flours in the market. Its nutlike flavor offers a distinct taste to pancakes, crepes or soba noodles.
  • EASY TO DIGEST – Buckwheat is gluten-free because it is not related to wheat. Its an ideal flour for feeding small children and those people with weak digestive system.
  • LOW FAT – Buckwheat flour is low in fat but high in energy. And because of its low glycemic index, it provides a long sustaining feeling of fullness for hours at a time.
  • PURE – Our buckwheat flour is grown organically and EU Regulation certified as safe and allergen-free.
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Description

· EU- Certified Organic Product

· Great source of energy

· High in antioxidants

· Rich in polyphenol antioxidants

· Low glycemic index

· Gluten-free

· Ideal for vegan and vegetarians

· Without GMO

· No trans fat

· Without additives of any kind (artificial sweeteners, dyes)

· Delicious taste

· Low salt

· Allergen-free according to EU Regulation No. 1169/2011

Buckwheat Flour: The Nutritional Powerhouse

Buckwheat is a tasty alternative to the usual all-purpose flour. Its extremely healthy and also tastes great! Nature has indeed put both nutrition and good taste all in one pseudo-grain. It’s a pseudo-grain because it’s a fruit seed, not an actual grain.

Buckwheat is rich in essential minerals, manganese, phosphorus, copper, iron, potassium, zinc, magnesium and selenium. Every teaspoonful is also packed with highly digestible protein and natural amino acids. Buckwheat is also gluten-free and low in glycemic index. It’s an excellent source of B Vitamins and Folate. That said, buckwheat is one of the healthiest foods in the planet.

Delicious Ways to Cook with Buckwheat

1. Use in place of all-purpose flour to cook your favorite muffin recipe.

2. Make your own soba noodles at home using buckwheat flour.

3. Create your own waffle from scratch by mixing buckwheat flour with eggs, vanilla and baking powder.

4. Bake your chocolate cookies the usual way but replace your all-purpose flour with buckwheat powder.

5. Create your own crepes using buckwheat. Top with nuts, fruits and honey for a tasty treat.

6. Bake some old-fashioned pita bread using nothing but buckwheat and salt.

7. Recreate the dark and savory pancakes buckwheat is famous for by mixing buckwheat with eggs, vanilla and honey.

EU- Certified Organic Product

· Great source of energy

· High in antioxidants

· Rich in polyphenol antioxidants

· Low glycemic index

· Gluten-free

· Ideal for vegan and vegetarians

· Without GMO

· No trans fat

· Without additives of any kind (artificial sweeteners, dyes)

· Delicious taste

· Low salt

· Allergen-free according to EU Regulation No. 1169/2011

Buckwheat Flour: The Nutritional Powerhouse

Buckwheat is a tasty alternative to the usual all-purpose flour. Its extremely healthy and also tastes great! Nature has indeed put both nutrition and good taste all in one pseudo-grain. It’s a pseudo-grain because it’s a fruit seed, not an actual grain.

Buckwheat is rich in essential minerals, manganese, phosphorus, copper, iron, potassium, zinc, magnesium and selenium. Every teaspoonful is also packed with highly digestible protein and natural amino acids. Buckwheat is also gluten-free and low in glycemic index. It’s an excellent source of B Vitamins and Folate. That said, buckwheat is one of the healthiest foods in the planet.

Delicious Ways to Cook with Buckwheat

1. Use in place of all-purpose flour to cook your favorite muffin recipe.

2. Make your own soba noodles at home using buckwheat flour.

3. Create your own waffle from scratch by mixing buckwheat flour with eggs, vanilla and baking powder.

4. Bake your chocolate cookies the usual way but replace your all-purpose flour with buckwheat powder.

5. Create your own crepes using buckwheat. Top with nuts, fruits and honey for a tasty treat.

6. Bake some old-fashioned pita bread using nothing but buckwheat and salt.

7. Recreate the dark and savory pancakes buckwheat is famous for by mixing buckwheat with eggs, vanilla and honey.

Additional information

Weight 1000.00 g
Size

1kg, 2kg