Buckwheat groats are obtained from the grains of spelt – a forgotten variety of wheat, whose whole grains have undergone a crushing process during production. The spelt used to produce groats comes from our own farm.
In ancient times, spelt was the food of gladiators, giving them strength for battle. Nowadays, groats are being rediscovered and are increasingly found on Polish tables.
The unsaturated fatty acids present in it have a positive impact on the circulatory system. Groats are rich in silicic acid, which improves the condition of the skin, hair, and nails, and also ensures mental clarity and concentration.
Buckwheat groats promote good digestion and help people with digestive system issues. It is a recommended product for those who care about increasing muscle tissue, as it contains a large amount of easily absorbable protein.
It prevents the formation of gallstones in the body, has anti-inflammatory properties, adds energy, and reduces fatigue.
Buckwheat groats work perfectly as an ingredient in salads, risottos, cutlets, pâtés, fillings; you can prepare delicious desserts such as smoothies, cakes, and pancakes.