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June 20, 2017

BuckWhat Noshes

by Anne Paddock

There are some foods you can nosh to your heart’s content……

Buckwheat is actually a gluten-free seed and not a wheat or grass as its name suggests.  Popular in Russia and China, buckwheat is starting to gain popularity among the health conscious in the United States due to its nutritional content. High in protein, buckwheat is rich in complex carbohydrates, iron, selenium, zinc, dietary fiber, and four B-vitamins.

So, what better to use when making a snack food that is nutritious, delicious, and satisfying says BuckWhat Foods of Brooklyn, New York who makes BuckWhat Noshes – a moist, dense round cookie with a hint of cinnamon- with wholesome, mostly organic ingredients that are recognizable.

There are no added sugars because a good nosh doesn’t need added sweetness when natural sweetness is already provided by dates. And, there are no added oils!

BuckWhat Foods makes two types of noshes:

Crunchy Peanut:  Made with organic dates, organic buckwheat, peanuts, organic chia, and organic cinnamon.

Cocoa:  Made with organic dates, organic buckwheat, almonds, organic cocoa, organic chia, and organic cinnamon.

BuckWhat Noshes can be purchased on-line directly from the company at www.buckwhat.com. Each 2-ounce resealable packet has 3 noshes and sells for $3.75.

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