Buckwheat Honey – Polish answer to Manuka
Honeybees that collect and process the nectar of buckwheat flowers create a dark honey with full, robust flavor. Buckwheat Honey can range in color from coppery yellow to purple or nearly black. The average jar is dark amber with a reddish tint when held to the light. Compared with lighter-colored varieties, buckwheat honey isn’t as sweet and tastes similar to molasses.
Buckwheat Honey – the source of iron
The basic composition and nutritional profile of all types of honey are relatively the same, yet buckwheat honey has higher concentrations of macronutrients, trace elements and iron hence it is known to have great health benefits. Since its GI index is only 32 it does not give sugar rushes.
Finally, it is great for cooking especially marinating red meat or Christmas baking, oh that gingerbread.
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