Hulled buckwheat (raw buckwheat) 800 g

Unroasted (white) buckwheat and their benefit

We familiarized with this kind of buckwheat not so long ago: when raw dishes became popular and people started to take more interest in food products that are not heat-treated. Both raw and usual buckwheat are the same just production technology differs. The other name for them that could be found is white buckwheat. They are called so because they are lighter than roasted buckwheat.

Consumption of raw buckwheat for food isn’t something new. Until the six-decade of the XX century, all people knew buckwheat that are not heat-treated. Buckwheat was started to roast because it can prolong the expiry date and they become “stronger” as well as there are less losses in the process of production. That is why the price of buckwheat decreased, however, the amount of valuable substances decreased as well.

If you haven’t eaten unroasted buckwheat, you should try it. BIORINA raw buckwheat is not only delicious and easily digestible but also meets the requirements of high quality. It is an ideal product for people who take care of their and their family health. It contains a lot of green protein, B group vitamins, folate, calcium, phosphorus, iodine, potassium, magnesium, and oxalic acid; however, there is almost no fat and sugar.

Unroasted buckwheat will provide you with a feeling of fullness for a long time as well as provide your organism with the necessary substances. Also, it will help to normalize metabolism, to strengthen vascular walls as well as help to remove toxins and the excess of cholesterol out of the organism.

Raw buckwheat can be prepared as usual: you can cook them. If you want to preserve as many as possible good properties that are in them, put them in a bowl with cold water and left it overnight that they would soak. In the morning pour them with hot water and eat it like porridge. You can eat this porridge with vegetables salad or fruits. Soaked buckwheat is used in making green cocktails.

Energetic value 100 g 1446 kJ/ 349 kcal
Fat 3,1 g
of which saturated fatty acids 0,58 g
Carbohydrates 59,3 g
of which sugars 0,7 g
Fibre 5,9 g
Proteins 12,6 g
Salt 0,00 g