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Isola Bio Organic Buckwheat Drink 1l

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Ingredients

Organic Buckwheat Drink ingredients: Water, buckwheat(15%), cold-pressed sunflower oil, rice syrup, sea salt.

About Organic Buckwheat Drink

Isola Bio has created this drink which has some of the fundamental qualities of this cereal: completely free of gluten and cholesterol, it does not contain lactose and is produced completely from vegetables. Ideal for vegans and vegetarians, but also for all those that are after traditional, tasty plant-based foods.

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Gluten Free Beetroot Buckwheat Crepes Recipe

Summary: Buckwheat is actually not related to wheat at all, it is actually a seed from the same family as rhubarb. Buckwheat is naturally gluten-free, and it is a source of complete protein, as it contains all 9 essential amino acids. Traditional Galettes de Sarrasin as they are called in Brittany, France, are savoury crepes made with just 3 ingredients : wholemeal buckwheat flour, water and salt. Some less traditional recipes call for the inclusion of some wheat flour, milk, or half milk - half water, or even the addition of an egg to make the batter easier to work with. Here I stay close to the tradition by using buckwheat flour only, which makes the crepes gluten-free. You could use vegan milk of your choice for softer crepes. I also add a little beetroot powder for a pretty pink colour. Serve with strawberry, raspberry or mixed berry jam or compote to maximise the pink factor.

Alkalising Dairy Free Egg Free Gluten Free No added sugar Nut Free Plant Based Vegan Vegetarian Wheat Free