Since buckwheat is not related to wheat, it is gluten-free. Buckwheat can be processed into flour, groats (which are used like rice), and noodles. It is also used to make buckwheat tea. Buckwheat grains are usually brown and irregular in shape. Two types of buckwheat are grown for food: common or sweet buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum) and tartary or bitter buckwheat (F. tartaricum), as previously noted. Here Joanne Washburn, Food.news, reflects on powerful health benefits of … [Read more...] about Buckwheat Should Be Incorporated In Your Diet
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