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Raw Buckwheat Groats
Buckwheat Groats are the hulled seeds of the buckwheat plant.
Buckwheat is actually a fruit seed that comes from a plant that is also called beech wheat, as well as "silverhull" and "tartary," and whose genus/species name in Latin is Fagopyrum esculentum. Buckwheat belongs to the Polygonaceae family of plants.
“Buckwheat 'groats' are the raw [buckwheat] seeds that look a like little light tan/green pyramids. You cook these like you would quinoa or rice, and you can sprout them for salads. Activated groaties (also called buckinis) are soaked and then dried at a low temperature.
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Buckwheat Groats (kernels)