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    Dan_man
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    Hi,

    I’m wondering if buckwheat can be cooked one day and eaten the next day? Does it have to be re-heated or can it be eaten cold, for example in a salad.

    Thanks,

    Dan

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    Tdog333
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    Yes cooked buckwheat can be eaten cold if you refrigerate it. Keep in mind that the longer stuff sits in the fridge the more mold will grow. I wouldn’t eat it past a day or two, I’m sure other people would be just fine eating it after longer, but our bodies are gonna be extra sensitive to molds and other toxins

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    Danny33
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    Dan_man;55358 wrote: Hi,

    I’m wondering if buckwheat can be cooked one day and eaten the next day? Does it have to be re-heated or can it be eaten cold, for example in a salad.

    Thanks,

    Dan

    Of course it can be eaten days later.

    Refrigerating the buckwheat will actually lead to increased resistant starch (non-digested food for beneficial bacteria).

    I use it cold to roll sushi (replacing white rice with cream of buckwheat).

    -D

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    Jmart10
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    can u buy buckwheat bread at a store or do you have to make it?

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