Buckwheat Groats are buckwheat seeds that have been hulled. They are alive and organic. If you choose to roast them they develop an earthly, nutty taste, long used as a tasty cereal-type grain called kasha.
This gluten-free grain can be substituted for wheat, oats, rye or barley. You may also grind it into a flour to use in buckwheat pancakes or combine with wheat flour to use in baked goods.
Buckwheat is actually a fruit seed that is related to rhubarb and sorrel though it has been used as a grain for hundreds of years.
Country of Origin: USA
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