100% pure roasted whole grain buckwheat. Low sodium. No cholesterol. Low fat. See side pane for nutrition information. See recipes on back. Wheat & gluten free. Instead of rice. Wolff 's kasha is 100% whole grain buckwheat, which is dry roasted to imprint a distinctive nut-like flavor. Diets rich in whole grain foods and other plant foods, and low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may help reduce risk of heart disease. Wolff's kasha is a pleasant mealtime alternative to rice or potatoes. From a health standpoint, Wolff's kasha is made from 100% pure buckwheat. It is wheat and gluten free, low in sodium and fat with no cholesterol. Wolff 's kasha is extremely versatile and can be served as an entree, side dish, stuffing, in soups and salads, appetizers, desserts and as a delicious breakfast cereal. Tried and true recipes for the preparation of Wolff's kasha abound for every situation, see the bottom panel for cookbook details. Contains no additives, fortifiers, or preservatives. 100% pure buckwheat - contains no additives, fortifiers, or preservatives. For a complete list of our products, write: mail order dept. PO Box 440, Penn Yan, NY 14527. PH. (315)536-3311. www.thebirkettmills.com. Buckwheat Cookbook: It's better with buckwheat! You'll love this prizewinning collection of mouthwatering salads, soups, main dishes, breads, desserts and more. Send $3.00 (US Funds) to: Buckwheat Cookbook: PO Box 440, Penn Yan, NY 14527 (Allow 6 weeks for delivery). Made in the USA.
13 oz (369 g) x 6
0.25 cup dry
about 8 per pack
2 cups broth, bouillon, consommé or water. 2 tablespoons butter or margarine(low fat version: substitute 1 egg white for whole egg; eliminate butter or margarine). 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon salt(less salt may be required if using broth). 1/8 teaspoon pepper. 1 cup kasha. 1 egg (or egg white) (low fat version: substitute 1 egg white for whole egg; eliminate butter or margarine). 1. Heat liquid, butter & seasoning to boiling. 2. Lightly beat egg in bowl with fork. Add kasha; stir to coat kernels. 3. In separate medium-size skillet or saucepan, add egg-coated kasha. Cook over high heat 2 to 3 min., stirring constantly until egg has dried on kasha and kernels are separate. Reduce heat to low. 4. Quickly stir in boiling liquid. Cover tightly; simmer 7 to 10 min. Until kasha kernels are tender and liquid is absorbed. Makes about 4 cups. Microwave method: heat liquid to boiling. Beat egg lightly with fork in 2 qt. Microwave-safe casserole. Add kasha; stir to coat kernels. Microwave, uncovered, on high for 2 min. Stir frequently to separate kernels. Carefully stir in liquid and remaining ingredients. Microwave, covered, on high 5 to 7 min. Until kernels are tender and liquid is absorbed.
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