You will need
    • buckwheat 1 Cup;
    • water– 2.5 Cup;
    • metal pot with lid or a thermos.
Take 1 Cup (approx 300 grams) buckwheat. Go through it carefully, removing stones and debris. Rinse the buckwheat to clean water.
Put prepared buckwheat into a pot. Fill it to 2.5-3 cups of hot water temperature of around 60-80 degrees. Wrap a warm towel or blanket and leave for at least 4 hours, but preferably 8 hours. Instead of pots you can use a thermos with a wide neck. Of course, it is not necessary to wrap in a warm towel.
Once the buckwheat is ready, eat it like a normal buckwheat. Do not forget to use add salt or other spices.