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About Buckwheat sprouts Edit

The various species of sprouts, coming from fruits and vegetables are very healthy aliments, as they provide sulfophane and various nutrients, like vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B15, B17, C, K, P and boron, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, silicon. These numerous nutrients make all the sprout species, including the buckwheat sprouts to be very important factors of health. The varieties of sprouts range from the crunchy and firm ones to the spicy and delicate ones. The buckwheat plant is confused often with a grain, although it has sprouts and the plant comprises a shell and kernel inside. Still, the buckwheat can be consumed as a cereal. The buckwheat sprouts grow all year long and they can be combined with the buckwheat leaves. The main meals that include the buckwheat leaves and sprout are sandwiches, salads, as garnish or sprinkled with oil and topped with herbs. The sprouts, consumed separately, are added to pancakes or pastries, but they are also included in cereal breakfast and muesli bars.

Buckwheat sprouts Recipes Edit

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