Hulled Buckwheat Groats- 1 Lbs - Organic Buck Wheat Groats- Sprouting Seed, Gardening, Planting, Edible Seeds, Emergency Food Storage, Hydroponics
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- Certified Organic Buckwheat Groats (shell removed)
- High Germination Rate
- Perfect for Sprouting, Storage, Cereals, Grinding For Flour & More
- Great for Recipes, Ornamental Grass, Food Storage, Grinding for Flour & more
- Long Shelf Life - Resealable Container - Handy Pantry Brand
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Top Customer Reviews
Buckwheat remediates the soil, counteracts effects of radiation to some extent in soil and humans. I scoured the net and this was the best offer for bulk buckwheat which is not that easy to come by.
The quality of the groats is good. Only a few black groats have to be removed and that is because I make cereal with them instead of the recommended (traditional?) sprouts. Buy them, you will like them. The few blacks grouts are easy to remove.
First I put about 1 or two cups of raw buckwheat in a nylon nut bag (or a hemp sprouting bag). They stay in the bag for the whole process. Then I rinse them in water and soak for about 24 hours. After soaking them I rinse them again and hang it up on a kitchen cabinet door knob. 2-3 times a day I rinse them and re-hang. After a couple of days they will sprout. After sprouting I dehydrate them and they are ready to eat.
I have found that other raw sprouts to do not sprout, but these sprouted nicely, showing that they are truly raw.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
i did not like it on the beginning, but later we adopted to use it for buck wheat pancakes, do not have to even add regular flower, just grind it and add egg and baking soda. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Sasha
I got these by mistake. I didn't sprout them for juicing grass, as I don't have a juicer, but cooked it up, yummy!.Published on June 1, 2013 by Janet