1 tsp coconut oil or olive oil
flax seeds or chia seeds
almonds or walnuts
dried fruit (cranberries or goji berries)
optional: a little bit of milk, or tahini with honey
Boil 1 part buckwheat in 2 parts water or broth on a low fire for 15 minutes. Mix in the coconut oil for its antibacterial properties, or the olive oil, and store in the fridge for at least 5 days.
Now, for the rest. Submerge a small amount of nuts and seeds in a bowl of saltwater and let sit, either in the fridge or at room temperature, for however long they need until they become soft. Be sure to scoop off the seeds that float, and throw them away. Drain and rinse well. Dry them with a towel and they’re ready to go! Keep them in the fridge for up to 3 days, or you could dehydrate them in the oven at no more than 150°C, or by using a dehumidifier.
So, if you have all these ingredients ready on Sunday, then the only thing you’ll have to do throughout the week is to simply throw them all together in a bowl and eat!