Inari Organic Roasted Buckwheat Groats
500 g
Organic roasted buckwheat groats (kasha) is buckwheat that is toasted to a deep amber, and can be used the same as raw white buckwheat as a great addition to many dishes.


  • Certified Organic by Ecocert
  • Country of Origin: USA

Cooking Directions: Cover and simmer in 1 1/2 parts of water for 1 part of buckwheat. Cook 15 to 20 minutes or until water is absorbed. Remove from heat and let stand for 5 minutes. Fluff with a fork and serve.

This product may contain traces of nuts, soy beans, sesame seeds or wheat.

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Ashli: more than a year ago

Be careful when you are cooking this to make sure you have enough water and don't cook it too long or it can burn the bottom of your pot and go mushy. However, once you get the hang of cooking this it's a great addition to meals, especially for those of us who don't eat pasta or rice :) Very healthy!

Hanna: more than a year ago

Good "western" version of the buckwheat they use a lot in eastern Europe. I like when it comes fluffy, however this product gets overcooked and mushy too fast (some like it this way though). Very healthy and reasonably priced otherwise.

Catherine: more than a year ago

Excellent product, have found that buckwheat groats are a bit hard to find and being able to order these from now I have a reliable source rather than having to seek out specialty stores locally and paying a lot more money. I use these to extend ground meat, put in half cooked buckwheat and half ground meat to a spaghetti sauce. Buckwheat groats are also a great addition to a soup instead of soup barley, the groats give some added protein too. Thanks for offering this

Debbie: more than a year ago

Nutty tasting compared to non roasted, works great for home made holy **** cereal

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Elena: more than a year ago

Very good quality and taste.

kathy: more than a year ago

I like it very much, it is part of a great seed and dried fruit bar i make.

Ginette: more than a year ago

I love kasha. I used it with ground beef in shepherd's pie. Adding a bit of gravy. A good way to stretch budget.
I also made a casserole with it, it is good.

Dmitiry: more than a year ago

Good product. Still the taste a bit different from what I used to like. And when boiling the smell is not that intensive as usual.

Ilona: more than a year ago

Inar makes wonderful organic whole grains. Srinkle in stir frys or over salad in yogurt. Really healthy and sooo good.

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