They call buckwheat (buckwheat) a substitute for meat because, just like soy, it contains a large amount of easily digestible proteins It is rich in many substances, such as iron, calcium, magnesium, zinc, antioxidants etc., making it a very he althy food and a sought-after diet product.
The nutritional value of 100 g of buckwheat is
energy 1425/336 kcal
proteins - 9.1 g
carbohydrates - 71.0 g
Fat - 1.7 g
You can eat buckwheat in savory or sweet recipes, in salads, soups, main dishes and desserts. It goes very well with other foods: with wheat, quinoa, oats, wheat bran. If you add 1-2 tbsp. buckwheat to the salad, it will become even more nutritious and filling. Add 1-2 tbsp at the end of cooking soup and the soup will become even more useful. The easiest breakfast is buckwheat, soaked in the evening or boiled for 10 minutes in the morning, mixed with oatmeal and with 1-2 tsp of honey.
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