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Organic Buckwheat in the Hull


Buckwheat in the Hull is cleaned to food grade and would typically be used for milling into flour or as an agriculture cover crop.



Organic buckwheat in the hull, has a fascinating history, remarkable attributes, and a range of uses. Originating in Asia, it has been cultivated for thousands of years and has played a significant role in various culinary traditions worldwide.

Buckwheat in the hull means the buckwheat groats are enclosed in their brown, protective outer covering, or hull. Fieldstone Organics Buckwheat in the Hull is cleaned to food grade however its uses in the culinary world would generally see it milled into flour. Brown buckwheat flour has a stronger flavor than the flour from buckwheat groats. Once milled the ‘hull’ can be sifted to remove some of the ground buckwheat hull.

While our organic buckwheat in the hull is not considered ‘seed grade’ we typically test for germination and it is often used as a cover crop. It helps suppress weeds, improves soil health, and attracts pollinators, making it a valuable addition to sustainable farming practices.

Overall, buckwheat in the hull is a useful seed from a culinary and agricultural perspective.

Cooking Instructions

1. Mill into fine flour
2. To obtain a lighter colour buckwheat flour with less of the hull a fine sieve can be used to separate some of the hull from the buckwheat.

The flour can also be used with the hull for a stronger flavor and more fiber

Nutrition Facts

How to Use

• Milled into flour and used in cookies, muffins and pancakes

Storage & Shelf Life

Buckwheat should be stored in a cool, dry place. Ideally, 15 degrees Celsius or lower. If in doubt, store in fridge or freezer.


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