As part of my quest for gluten-free living, I've been experimenting with buckwheat. Baking is such a big part of my life that quite honestly, I don't see how I can go gluten-free if I can't bake. I've really enjoyed this experiment, and while I find it is more expensive to use buckwheat, there hasn't been a huge 'getting used to' period where taste is concerned. It's good, it tastes good, and it's just as simple to work with as normal flour. It is a little gloopier, and the texture is a little grittier, but it's a fabulous and tasty recipe.
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