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How to Sprout and Use Buckwheat Groats

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Buckwheat Groats are one of the quickest sprouts around.  You can soak ’em for 20-30 minutes, rinse a few times and enjoy or you can continue the process to fully sprout them which can take up to 48 hours. Groats are nutty, plump and extremely tender (when soaked).  The word Groat literally means “a hulled seed”.  Despite its name, buckwheat doesn’t contain wheat.  It’s a gluten-free seed shaped like plump pyramid. Sprout-able buckwheat kernels are stripped of their inedible outer coating and then crushed into smaller pieces. They are lighter in color.  If they are brown they have been toasted and…

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