Buckwheat can be safely called a part of Lithuanian food culture and identity. But not all of their tasters think that growing this grain is not easy. Buckwheat has specific biological characteristics: it grows only in cultivated soil and must receive proper care. In order for the grain to sprout, the soil must be sufficiently warm. And buckwheat does not suffer from frost at all. It is interesting how such an everyday grain, whose pleasant smell and taste pleases even the pickiest tasters, can be so sensitive and difficult to tame. "Fasmos" buckwheat groats appear on store shelves thanks to the duo of tradition and modern technology.
Buckwheat groats are intended for cooking porridge or for use in food after other heat treatment.
The product is labeled with a keyhole because it contains more fiber.
Low sugar, low fat. The product may contain traces of gluten.
Fasmos Buckwheat Gifts:
vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, B9, PP, E, K;
calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, iron, iodine, selenium.