Pocono Cream of Buckwheat Cereal

Pocono Cream of Buckwheat Cereal


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100% organic cereal. Fat free. Sodium free. Heart of Buckwheat brand. Wheat & gluten free. USDA organic. See details on side panel. 100% certified organic buckwheat. A delicious, wholesome hot cereal, Cream of Buckwheat is also excellent in soups, casseroles, stuffings, and countless other
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100% Certified Organic Buckwheat


Basic Directions: 1 Serving: 1-1/4 cup water or milk; dash salt (optional); 1/4 cup cream of Buckwheat. 2 Serving: 2-1/2 cup water or milk; 1/2 tsp salt (optional); 1/2 cup cream of Buckwheat. 4 Serving: 5 cups water or milk; 3/4 tsp salt (optional); 1 cup cream of Buckwheat. 1. Bring water or milk and salt to boil. 2. Stir in Cream of Buckwheat. 3. Return to boil. Reduce heat to low; simmer 10 minutes stirring frequently. Microwave Directions: For 1 serving stir 1/4 cup of Cream of Buckwheat and a dash of salt into 3/4 cup of water or milk in a 2 to 3 cup bowl. Microwave, uncovered, on medium 1-1/2 to 3 minutes, depending on microwave wattage. Let stand 1 to 2 minutes. Grits: Cream of Buckwheat makes wonderful grits. Follow directions above. Serve with butter and season to taste. Special Diets and Infants: Infants and individuals on special diets thrive on Cream of Buckwheat cereal. It is wheat free and gluten free which makes it extreme easy to digest (digest slowly). An ideal starter food for infants and, of course, because Pocono Cream of Buckwheat cereal is 100% pure organic buckwheat you never have to worry about artificial additives, fortifiers, or preservatives. Follow directions above using water, infants formula, or milk and Cream of Buckwheat cereal omitting salt. To Serve: Stir in infant formula or milk for desired consistency. Leftovers: Freeze prepared Cream of Buckwheat cereal into ice cube trays. When frozen, store cubes in container in freezer and micro-wave or heat on stove as needed. Review introduction of solid foods and use formula or milk with your child's pediatrician.

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