Cooking and baking
Acorn flour can be used as a refining addition to cereal flour (in a ratio of 2/3 cereal flour and 1/3 acorn flour) and bake bread, rolls, cookies and other products.
Jerusalem artichoke flour comes from North America. It came to Europe at the beginning of the 17th century and became one of the basic sources of carbohydrates.
Fully ecological kindling for grill produced from cut birch bark in the ecological zone.
Buckwheat is produced from hulled buckwheat seeds - a plant belonging to the group of the so-called pseudocereal. Its fruit is a dark brown nut with sharp edges, which is called a grain. It is characterized by a high protein content.
It also works well as a decoration of dishes and desserts.