Whole-grain buckwheat

Whole-grain buckwheat is especially known in Asia. Did you know that it is the basic noodles’ ingredient?

Whole-grain buckwheat  was first cultivated in Tibet by monks who made pasta from its flower. It is a bush about 80 cm tall, seeds best in cooler weather and blooms from July to September. The seeds are triangular brown.

It is rich in proteins,  100 gram contain 11-14 gram of protein. Buckwheat contains no gluten, and so it may be eaten by people with celiac disease or gluten allergies. In a 100 gram serving providing 343 calories dry and 92 calories cooked.

Varvara Solomonidou,Wellness Specialist, Personal Trainer, Seminar & Conference Lecturer, Pilates Master Trainer “AthensTrainers® Ultimate Pilates System®”, General Manager & Owner of AthensTrainers®


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