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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, which will unlock a powerhouse of nutrients. Buckwheat 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 a plump pyramid. Sprout-able buckwheat kernels are stripped of their inedible outer coating and then crushed into smaller pieces. They are lighter in color. …

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