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Raw Buckwheat Organic

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Despite its name, buckwheat is not a variety of wheat - or even a grain. Buckwheat is botanically a fruit seed related to sorrel and rhubarb. It is wonderful in any recipe that calls for whole grains. With a robust nutty flavour, raw buckwheat can be milled for flour, sprouted, or used in sweet and savoury recipes from breakfast to dinner.


Organic Raw Hulled Buckwheat.


No Known Allergens.

All our products may contain traces of allergens due to cross contamination.

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How to Use

Raw hulled buckwheat can be milled to make deliciously fresh flour, great for home-baked bread, muffins, cakes and cookies. A sustaining porridge of Buckwheat kernels can be made by replacing the oats and cooking for 20-30 minutes. Delicious served with maple syrup and banana. Add pre-soaked buckwheat to your smoothie before blending.Try some in your next soup or broth, or boil buckwheat kernels as you would rice and serve beside curries and hotpots, or add it to lentil patties. Let pre-cooked buckwheat cool before adding to salads.Try it in a wheat-free tabbouleh or with roasted veggies, dried tomatoes and pine nuts. Sprout raw kernels, in a jar or tray, for wraps, salads and green juices. This organic buckwheat can be activated, and used in all your favourite raw food recipes and treats.Scrumptious in muesli bars, energy balls and vegan coconut chocolate. Lightly toast these yummy kernels  in a low oven with maple syrup, honey or coconut nectar, for an irresistible snack, topping for ice cream or a great addition to hiker's mix.

Nutritional Information

Avg Quantity
per 50g serving
Avg Quantity
per 100g
Energy756 kJ/
178 kcal
1512 kJ/
356 kcal
Fat, Total
- saturated
0.7 g
0.5 g
1.4 g
0.5 g
- sugars
39.2 g
0.5 g
78.4 g
0.5 g
Fibre1.1 g2.1 g
Protein3.8 g7.5 g
Salt0.01 g0.01 g

Storage and Shelf Life

Store in an airtight container in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.

Up to 24 months when stored as above.