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the hulled and crushed grain of various cereals

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Jay, who hails originally from the US, calls it the "missing link" for people walking the length of Britain, from Land's End in Cornwall to John o' Groats in the north-east of Scotland.
Groats are best kept airtight in a cool, dry place, but buckwheat flour should be refrigerated.
Earlier this year, John o' Groats Airport was expanded using [pounds sterling]8m of funding from the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority to allow it to handle larger aircraft.
The 55-year-old set off from Land's End, Cornwall, on Tuesday last week and plans to arrive at John O' Groats, in the far north of Scotland, on Saturday, September 10.
The two groats (coins) were discovered in March last year in Pentir, Gwynedd.
They plan to travel by wheelchair from John o' Groats to Land's End in a world record-breaking 23 days, setting out on the 1,000-mile challenge on July 24.
Not surprisingly, the Corsa did the big journey to John o' Groats with ease, underlining it's jump into a class above for quality.
The first group sets off from Lands End at 5am on June 11 and the final stage should finish at John o' Groats on June 14.
The Scottish groats were unearthed by an amateur treasure hunter who used a metal detector to scour a recently ploughed field near Banbridge in Co Down last January.
Two of their recommended items are their Seafood Kebbeh (Dh48) - a platter of four fried big balls of groats and fish fillet mixture
When selecting oats, choose oat groats, steel-cut oats, stone-ground oats, or rolled oats (regular or quick-cooking); all are whole grains.
Visits to Pitlochry, John O' Groats and Dunrobin Castle (entrance payable locally).
SOUTH Shields man Bill Skipper and 81-year-old Tony Rathbone will reach the halfway point on their mammoth charity cycle ride from Land's End in to John O' Groats this week.
The TB sanatoriums were packed from Land's End to John o' Groats with patients suffering a most often fatal disease.
Buckwheat groats (hulled or crushed grain) are commonly used in Western Asia and Eastern Europe.