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Buckwheat flour

Buckwheat is actually a herb and the edible portion is the triangular shaped seeds.  The seeds are ground into buckwheat flour which is used to make pancakes and the famous Russian blini.

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Substitute for buckwheat flour

all-purpose flour


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