About once a week I had roasted buckwheat kasha meal. It was back home in Ukraine.
For about 13 years living in New Zealand, I bought buckwheat a couple of times. I really missed this food and decided to import roasted buckwheat groats to sell it here in New Zealand myself.
Since then, for more than a year, I eat buckwheat groats kasha for lunch every day! I thought I would be sick of eating the same food every day, however, it appeared never with buckwheat kasha! It is not tasteless like rice, couscous or quinoa and not overkill in flavour!
Buckwheat has its own savoury taste. Just, only with butter, for example, I can eat an entire bowl of kasha on its own!
Back home, very often, we were served kasha in kindergartens with ox liver and sour cream. Hot milk poured into buckwheat made an amazing, delicious milk porridge for us, little kids. We always loved it.
Nice, simple and not expensive super healthy food!