Buckwheat ‘groats’ are the raw buckwheat seeds that look a little like tan/green pyramids. Kasha is the name for the raw groats that have been toasted.You cook these like you would quinoa or rice, and you can sprout them for salads.
How to use
Activated groaties (also called buckinis) are soaked and then dried at a low temperature. Ready to eat as is or as soup toppers, crunchy cereal or in desserts. .
Rinse your buckwheat and dry fry it in a non-stick frying pan (i.e. in a dry pan, without oil) over medium heat for a 2-3 minutes. Transfer the buckwheat to a pot, add water and salt and cook for 15 minutes until the groats are soft and the water is evaporated.