Mmmm… a hearty breakfast, and so tasty. Can add in nuts like pecans, walnuts, or fruit.

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1. Put everything in a blender of food processor, or Champion juicer with blank plate. 2. Adjust the ingredients to your taste. 3. You can add bananas or other soaked dried fruit and nuts.

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Mmmm… a hearty breakfast, and so tasty. Can add in nuts like pecans, walnuts, or fruit.

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kasha is roasted buckwheat. Buckwheat groats are raw buckwheat with hulls removed.
From what I've read, the fagopyrin is only there once the sprout grows into a green (buckwheat lettuce). I've eaten loads of sprouted buckwheat (with just a little tail) and never had any adverse reaction.

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I know I got really sick once my eyes burned and hives after eating 1 lb an dthen 1/2 lb later

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Just a reminder, sprouted buckwheat can be dangerous, soaking is okay but sprouting can cause buckwheat groats to release a toxin called fagopyrin, which can lead to pink rashes and sunlight sensitivity. http://www.gillesarbour.com/buckwheat.php

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sara i was just at the store and I saw my buckwheat, and there they called it kasha, if that helps at all

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i just buy raw buckwheat at the store, and i soak it overnight in a bowl of water in the fridge!

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Dear k8lyn07,
Do you use buckwheat with the hull off it, or unhulled?
And, how do you sprout hulled buckwheat?
Thanks a bundle :)

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