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Food to Live’s Organic Buckwheat Flour is produced by milling hulled Buckwheat groats into a fine texture. In contrast with Unhulled Buckwheat Flour, this one doesn’t contain shells, is lighter in color, and is more pleasing to the taste. Hulled Buckwheat Flour has a nutty, somewhat earthy flavor that works great in both sweet and savory dishes.
Ways to Use Organic Hulled Buckwheat Flour
Buckwheat Flour is one of the most common wheat flour alternatives and can be used in a variety of recipes. It works best in baked goodies that do not require the dough to rise. For example, cookies, pancakes, pizza crust, or galettes. If you want to get a fluffy texture, mix Hulled Buckwheat Flour with tapioca, rice, or nut flour in 1:1 proportion. Furthermore, you may replace 25% of wheat flour with Buckwheat Flour and you won’t lose on texture or taste of your muffins, cakes, bread, or scones but will get a significant nutritional boost. This flour is also amazing for making wraps and noodles. Hulled Buckwheat Flour can be used as a substitute for Oat, Quinoa, Chickpea, Barley, and Sorghum flours.
The Nutritional Profile of Hulled Buckwheat Flour
Hulled Buckwheat Flour is a powerhouse of healthful nutrients. It contains decent amounts of carbs, dietary fiber, as well as high-quality protein. Moreover, Buckwheat flour is a source of amino acids, antioxidants, Iron, Potassium, Calcium, Copper, Magnesium, and Niacin. It is good for the digestive system and may lower blood pressure. It’s worth mentioning that Buckwheat Flour is free of trans-fat and cholesterol.
This flour must be stored in a moisture-proof container in a cool dry place. If you want to use it long-term and get Organic Buckwheat Flour bulk, it’s best to keep it in the freezer.
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