Buckwheat is basically seed of flowering fruit that is mostly related to rhubarb and sorrel.It is named buckwheat because it is often used in the same way as wheat. It is consumed in form of flour in many parts of India during the days of fasting such as Navaratri, Janamashthami, Ekadashi, and Shivaratri. It is available in roasted and unroasted forms. The roasted form is known as ‘kasha’ which is widely used in traditional European dishes.It is one of famous subsitute for gluten intolerant people.
It may cause nausea, vomiting, difficulty in breathing in the people who are allergic to buckwheat. (3)
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