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7 Amazing Benefits Of Millet

The health benefits of millet include its ability to protect the heart, improve the digestive system, can detoxify the body, improve respiratory health, boost the immune system, increase energy levels, and improve the muscle and nerve health. What is Millet? Millet is a group of small-seeded grasses, which is cultivated throughout the world, for human consumption. It is mainly grown […]

Soaked Buckwheat Pancakes/Crepes Recipe

Ingredients 2 cups buckwheat groats (Baltistan Himalayan Hulled Buckwheat), soaked in plenty of water overnight Optionally, you can add about 1/2 a cup of rice flour for more glassy smooth pancakes (you will just need to balance out the texture with more milk or water) 3 eggs 1/2 cup milk (ish) (you can substitute milk […]

ORGANIC FOODS: WORTH PAYING EXTRA

ORGANIC FOODS: WORTH PAYING EXTRA If you like to watch what you eat, then chances are you’ll know a thing or two about organic food. You’ll probably have more than a few organic products in your kitchen, and will no doubt like to seek out the organic food labels when you do your weekly shop. […]

Buckwheat, The Gluten-Free Flour You must have

This may seem like a bold demand, but I have my reasons for believing this. The gluten-free flour you need to have in your pantry is buckwheat! It may be the most perfectly crafted flour for when you have to kick “king wheat” to the curb. Personally, I use buckwheat flour in everything and my pantry is […]

Easy Buckwheat Pancakes Recipe

So pancakes, made with, BUCKWHEAT !  We all love pancakes and if its gluten free organic Buckwheat Pancakes then what more you want? Buckwheat Pancakes are the most eaten buckwheat recipe. Recipe; *makes about 6 medium sized pancakes 1 cup buckwheat flower ( We used Baltistan Himalayan Buckwheat Flour) 1 cup plant based milk 1 tsp […]

Buckwheat pancakes with spinach Recipe

Buckwheat: Buckwheat is naturally free of gluten because it’s not a grain, but a polygonaceous plant and is even related to rhubarb. It’s a powerhouse of nutrients and provides a high content of fiber and protein. The grains contain three times as much lysine as most other cereals – this essential protein provides strong bones […]