Buckwheat: nutritious and versatile

01/23/2013 | Washington Post, The

Buckwheat sales are growing by leaps and bounds as health-conscious consumers snatch up roasted groats and flours to replace wheat in recipes. Although buckwheat is known for its robust taste, it can be tamed to create mild pancakes or used in all its earthy glory in savory dishes such as clams-and-pasta.

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