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The name buckwheat causes some confusion; this gluten-free seed is unrelated to wheat, although it can be used in place of wheat grains such as bulgur, wheat berries, spelt, and freekeh, using the same cooking method. Although it does cost more, buckwheat is still a comparatively inexpensive source of high-quality protein. The triangular kernels are considered a "pseudocereal," the category name for seeds from non-grass plants commonly consumed in the same way as grains. Amaranth and quinoa are also pseudocereals.