In spring, I want lightness, and I think that this completely vegetarian and even raw food recipe for mousse from sprouted green buckwheat will be very useful. I hope this will give you courage and energy. Green buckwheat is not steamed, but unpaired buckwheat, which is a healthier alternative to brown, fried, to which we are accustomed. In addition, to preserve all its nutritional properties, it is consumed raw, or even better, sprouted.
- We germinate buckwheat. To do this, fill the required amount of green buckwheat in the evening with water. Cover with gauze folded in half. In the morning, drain the water, rinse the cereal with cool water (as it forms a mucous membrane). And again add water so that it covers only a little. Cover with gauze and leave until the next morning. The next morning you will see that the cereal has sprouted. You can not germinate, but it's more useful))
- Place in a bowl, garnish with kiwi slices and sprinkle with cocoa. It is believed that there are much more useful substances in sprouted seeds than in untested ones. Due to the fact that all the vital force of the plant, which accumulates, is in the embryo, such a surge of energy is obtained and just what is needed for the growth and development of a new life. It turns out that you are eating live food, without cooking and in an active phase of development. Bon appetit and good health!