Latin Name: Fagopyrumesculentum

Organic Raw Buckwheat


Despite its name Buckwheat is actually not a wheat but a fruit seed related to rhubarb and sorrel.

Our Raw Organic Buckwheat naturally contains no gluten, so it is lauded for its digestibility and ability to minimise bloating.


This slightly nutty, power-packed grain is incredibly moreish and goes well with almost any food.
It will add nutty taste as well as substance to your cooking while delivering important health benefits from its high-quality protein, high soluble fibre and a variety of nutrients.

With Best Immune Raw Organic Buckwheat you maximise your culinary options regardless whether you fancy something sweet, spicy, sour or creamy!


Organic Buckwheat not only tastes great but, as it is raw, it is also very nourishing, having retained all the nutrients and minerals. It can be sprouted easily, as it is dried at a temperature that does not exceed 39 °C, and subsequently cleaned without steam or heat.


These light brown grains contain all the essential amino acids and are a delicious source of high-quality gluten-free vegetable protein, making it a superb alternative to wheat, rice and other grains.


Taking into account its versatility and quick-cooking properties and you have a nutritional winner!

Precious ingredients Buckwheat has an abundance of:

√  Protein             √  Dietary Fibre        √  Vitamin B2

√  Vitamin B3      √  Vitamin B5            √  Vitamin B6

√  Vitamin B9      √  Zinc                         √  Copper

√  Manganese      √  Magnesium            √  Phosphorus



Why eat Organic Buckwheat?

Buckwheat breaks down slowly during digestion due to its high fibre content, so it is excellent for diabetics, as it helps to keep the blood sugar levels balanced.

It is considered one of the best natural detoxifiers and appetite balancers, since the body digests buckwheat slowly, keeping surges in appetite under control.
The highly soluble fibre supports the body to lower cholesterol levels.


Organic Buckwheat is naturally high in powerful antioxidants such as Vitamins B2, B3 and a source of Vitamins B5 (Pantothenic Acid) and B9 (Folate) – it promotes the secretion of feel good hormones such as serotonin, dopamine and norepinephrine.

The vitamins are also crucial for energy metabolism, playing a substantial role in the breakdown of foods into energy we can use.


Completing the impressive nutrient profile of Buckwheat are the antioxidant minerals so crucial to your immune system: Zinc, Copper and Manganese.

Your body needs Copper to make healthy white blood cells and Zinc to make T-cells – a type of white blood cell that fights off foreign invaders in your bloodstream.

Manganese is a key component of the antioxidant enzyme Superoxide Dismutase (SOD) which is your body’s primary antioxidant and forms the most potent defence against free radicals and the ensuing inflammatory reactions.


Buckwheat is also very low in saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium.

How to Enjoy

Organic Buckwheat is perfect for:

√  Grainy porridge

√  Sprouts

√  Salads

√  Stews

√  Muesli

√  Risotto

√  Granola

√  Soba Noodles (milled)

√  Gluten-Free baked goods

√  Meat substitute in chilies, casseroles and soups


Raw organic buckwheat is ideal for making tasty Umami meals, to replace pasta, rice and potatoes and to help keep your diet varied and exciting – perfect for making tasty dishes at any time of the day.


Toast buckwheat to make Kasha – a traditional dish in several different cultures. Kasha may be used as a meat extender or as an ingredient in breakfast cereals, soups, and energy bars for athletes.


For those practising a Raw Food Diet, raw and soaked buckwheat can be enjoyed in many recipes such as granola, cakes, cookies, crackers and other bread-like products as buckwheat is a good binding agent and when soaked becomes very gelatinous.


Organic Buckwheat – naturally having no gluten-containing ingredients – is perfect for those on wheat- and gluten-restricted diets.


Buckwheat works wonderfully with a practically limitless array of spices, herbs, vegetables and other cooking ingredients.

How to Prepare

Note: whole grains should be rinsed and drained prior to soaking and sprouting.

To cook:
  1. Rinse
  2. Place in a pan and add double the amount of water with a little salt
  3. Cover the pan and bring to a simmer on medium/low heat for 10-15 minutes until all the water has been absorbed or until at desired texture
  4. Drain in a colander
To make Kasha:
  1. Add small batches of buckwheat groats to a large skillet and cook over medium-high heat – do not add oil or fat
  2. Stir the groats constantly for 4 to 5 minutes – the time can be reduced or lengthened depending on how much of a toasted flavour is desired.
  3. Cook with hot liquid cooking techniques (boiling)


Organic Buckwheat can be milled into whole grain flour on demand.


Best Immune Raw Organic Buckwheat is grown in Western Poland on healthy organic soils as part of a coordinated Organic Producer plan and according to the high standards of the Organic Regime.

This way Best Immune can assure a high level of purity and integrity of the grain.


Store in a cool, dry place, away from sunlight.


Nutritional facts

Organic Raw Buckwheat: per 100g  RDA
Energy 336kcal/1447kJ 17.5%

Fat 3.1
Multisaturated fatty acids 1.1g
Monosaturated fatty acids 1.03g
Carbohydrates 71.5g
Dietary Fibre 10g
Protein 12g
Salt 0.5g

100% Pure Botanical Ingredients – Absolutely Nothing Artificial Added


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