Buckwheat may be considered to be a cereal, but it is not. It comes from a plant of the knotweed family. The edible seeds contain much protein, magnesium, potassium and phosphor. And... it does not contain gluten! Buckwheat is still immensely popular in Eastern Europe. There, people use it to make porridge: 'kasha'. Boil the groats briefly in some milk. Top your porridge with syrup, honey or sugar. Add some butter, and you can enjoy a perfect breakfast! Peak´s buckwheat is free from eggs, dairy products and wheat; it is GMO-free.
Add a pinch of salt to 200ml milk and bring it to the boil. Disperse 50g Peak's buckwheat groats in the boiling milk while stirring. Keep stirring frequently and let the mixture boil softly for approx. 5 minutes. Serve the porridge e.g. with syrup or butter and sugar.
Tip: Use a milk substitute for a milk-free recipe.