Karma Foods Combo-Buckwheat Groats (250g) and Bamboo Rice (250g)
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Despite the name Buckwheat (also known as Kuttu) is not related to wheat. Buckwheat is gluten-free and contains all nine essential amino acids, which are our body's building blocks.
Buckwheat health benefits include preventing the risk of diabetes, improving digestion, a good source of protein, maintaining cholesterol levels, a good antioxidant, a great source of gluten-free food and source of a low-calorie diet.
How to eat Hulled Buckwheat Groats? (How to use it?)
You can make pancakes with buckwheat flour
Buckwheat is a better substitute to All-purpose flour(maida) and can be used to make parathas, dosa and more such dishes.
Buckwheat muffins are a tasty, gluten-free option for desert
Bamboo Rice is a special type of rice that is grown out of a dying bamboo shoot. When the bamboo shoot breathes its last, it flowers into a rare variety of rice seeds, which are known as Bamboo Rice.
Bamboo Rice has a striking resemblance to paddy rice and tastes more like wheat. Slightly sweet in taste and generally cooked like any other rice, Bamboo Rice makes a great combination with any normal food that we consume.
Rich in Vitamin B and Calcium, it has an ability to reduce and relieve from joint pains and diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis. Bamboo Rice has a low glycemic index compared to other varieties of rice, which is considered to be a healthier option for diabetics.
Benefits of Bamboo rice :
Bamboo Rice Benefits :
Control blood pressure
Maintain hemoglobin level
How to eat Bamboo Rice? (How to use it?)
Use Bamboo rice to make Khichadi, Kheer or consume with dal or curries.
Bamboo rice takes a longer time to cook, so soak it overnight and cook as usual.
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