Buckwheat flour is made by grinding the seeds of buckwheat plant. The buckwheat plant is harvested and then allowed to dry before removing the husk. The inner part is used to make flour. It is rich brown in color with dark flecks.
Choose finely powdered buckwheat flour and make sure there is no moisture in the packaging.
Buckwheat flour may cause some allergic reactions such as nausea, dizziness, hives, vomiting, speech loss and shortness of breath. Excessive consumption of buckwheat flour may cause gastrointestinal issues like gas and cramping to those who have Crohn’s disease and irritable bowel syndrome.(2)
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