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Food to Live is a company committed to providing you with delicious food. We established this business with the purpose of making a change that would take our world one step closer to being a better place for us and our children.
Food to Live delivers a variety of organic, and raw foods with a mission to inspire good eating habits.
All our products can be included in a vegan diet.
Why Consuming Buckwheat Groats is Beneficial For You
Raw Buckwheat Groats are crunchy, delicious, and full of nutrients. They're exceptionally rich in Copper and Dietary Fiber. Additionally, they're a great source of Manganese, Magnesium, and Protein.
Food to Live's Buckwheat Groats can be cooked, but most importantly - sprouted!
Buckwheat Groats do not require pre-soaking before cooking; however, in comparison to Buckwheat Kasha, Groats might take longer to cook.
You can use both cooked or sprouted Buckwheat Groats in a salad. One of the most popular ways to eat raw groats is to make overnight porridge. You can also caramelize the groats in coconut oil and coconut sugar and use it as nutritious topping for your sweet meals and desserts.
Buckwheat Groat Sprouts are a nutrient power-house on their own! Add them to your smoothies, bowls, and even granola. Use sprouts as a decoration for your hummus, sandwiches, and charcuterie boards.
4 tbsp Buckwheat Groats
Quart sprouting jar or sprouter
How to sprout Buckwheat Groats
Total time: 4-6 days
Buckwheat Sprouts for days! Crunchy, nutritious, and oh so yummy!
In a quart sprouting jar add 4 tbsp of buckwheat groats. Fill the jar halfway with filtered water.
Let groats soak overnight. Place them in a dark place (for example a pantry closet or a kitchen cabinet).
In the morning, drain out the soak water, and rinse twice with fresh water.
Spin the jar around so the seeds can spread out onto the walls. This step prevents clumping up. If seeds are not spread, they might start rotting.
Place the jar into a large bowl, upside down, so the remaining water can easily drain out. Place jar with bowl back into the dark place.
Rinse the groats twice a day (morning and evening). Repeat previous step after each rinse for 3 days.
After the morning rinse on day 3, place the jar with bowl into a different location (day light, however not under direct sunlight).
Rinse and drain twice a day for the next 3 days. Once the groats sprout, give them a nice final rinse, then place them onto a paper towel to dry. Enjoy!
2 cups raw buckwheat groats
2 tbsp cacao powder
2 tsp cinnamon
2 tbsp mesquite powder
a few pinches of Himalayan pink salt
6-8 tbsp honey or maple syrup if vegan
How to Prepare Chocolate Caramelized Buckinis (Perfect for dessert amp; sweet meal toppings).
Prep Time: 16 hours | Cook Time: 8 hours | Total Time: 1 day | Servings: 3 cups
Start activation process by covering the 2 cups of buckwheat groats with water (‘Activating’ mimics natural process, releasing enzyme inhibitors so the seeds’ nutrients are more available to our bodies)
Let soak overnight amp; in the morning, rinse amp; drain well. It will have slime on them so be sure to rinse it well.
Fill again with water, letting soak for another 8 hrs.
Once completely sprouted, drain amp; rinse again.
Place activated buckwheat in a large bowl.
Add all ingredients and mix very well, covering all the sprouted groats.
Pour onto a parchment or silicone-lined baking tray and put into the oven on the lowest setting with the door slightly ajar. They should take about 8 hours to dehydrate.
If you have a dehydrator, set it to 40 degrees and leave overnight.
Once all is good and ready, use your deliciously chocolate caramelized buckinis in smoothies, yogurt, porridge, ice cream, salads, as a “cereal” and anything else you wish to have some crunch on.
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Copper, Dietary Fiber, Manganese, Calcium, and Iron
Copper, Dietary Fiber, Protein, and Magnesium
Copper, Dietary Fiber, Protein, Manganese, and Magnesium
Copper, Dietary Fiber, Protein,Manganese, and Magnesium
Dietary Fiber, Protein, Selenium, Manganese, and Copper