Buckwheat: Buckwheat (Botanical name: Fagopyrum esculentum Moench) is an annual flowering plant of the Polygonaceae family cultivated for its seeds consumed as human and animal food.
Buckwheat originates from the Orient, cultivated in Europe since the end of the XNUMXth century.
Common names: buckwheat, buckwheat knotweed, buckwheat, barbaric wheat, beaucuit, bucail, carabin, but also “black wheat” in certain XNUMXth century sources.
Despite its common name of ...
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