Saturday, March 15, 2008


Kasha is a wonderful buckwheat dish. In spite of its name buckwheat is not wheat and is gluten-free. Wickipedia describes Kasha as a porridge which is normally buckwheat but can be made of other grains.

Wolff’s Kasha is made in dedicated mills and packaging in Penn Yan in the beautiful Finger Lake region of New York State. Since it has dedicated machinery those of us with wheat or gluten intolerances can enjoy their kasha and buckwheat flour with out any concerns. My family’s favorite way of enjoying Kasha is the Kasha Pilaf recipe on the back of the Wolff’s box.

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