The kernel is a whole-grain (non-crushed) grain. When processing grains, only the top shell is removed - husk.
Buckwheat is widespread - commonly referred to as “buckwheat”, also known as wheatgrass and wheatgrass. Used for cooking cereals and side dishes.
On the shelves of shops, usually sold fried buckwheat, which has a brown tint. There is also green buckwheat on sale, which, unlike roasted, is capable of sprouting.
How many grams of buckwheat is contained in a glass, teaspoon or tablespoon, see the table below:
How to measure 100 g of buckwheat
We offer a table that will measure 30, 40, 50, 80, 100, 150, 200, 250, 260, 300 grams of buckwheat without weights using a cut glass, teaspoon or tablespoon.