A hybrid of arborio and another rice named Stirpe 136, Turkish baldo rice is a plump, milled, short-grain rice grown in Turkey and Italy. The Turkish variety is particularly starchy and can absorb lots of moisture, which makes it very creamy and tender when cooked.
Buckwheat is a plant cultivated for its grain-like seeds and as a cover crop. The name "buckwheat" is used for several other species, such as Fagopyrum tataricum, a domesticated food plant raised in Asia. Despite the name, buckwheat is not closely related to wheat, as it is not a grass. Instead, buckwheat is related to sorrel, knotweed, and rhubarb. Buckwheat is referred to as a pseudocereal because its seeds' culinary use is the same as cereals', owing to their composition of complex carbohydrates.
This type of chickpea, which is called ram chickpea due to its recessed and recessed shape resembling a ram, is a type of chickpea that stays on a sieve with a hole opening of 8mm. Produced in Karaman and Konya regions, this type of chickpea is especially suitable for hummus-style appetizers and crushed chickpea dishes.
Dark fine bulgur is produced from red wheat such as golia and bezostaja. It is different in color and taste and also its texture is softer. In some recipes where the bulgur is kneaded such as raw meatballs or kibbe, dark fine bulgur is preferred to yellow fine due to it gets softer easier.