Buckwheat is one if my favorite superfoods. One of the only complete plant-based proteins. I make bread and pancakes out of it.
Bone marrow is another great superfood. Its chock-full of fat, vitamins and minerals. It might just be the tastiest thing on God's Green Earth.
I don't know how accurate this is but its interesting:
Find out what nutrients are in bone marrow and learn how it can help improve the quality of your own health.
You ever have bone marrow toast? If there's a restaurant in Heaven I'm sure that's the main course. It takes you about 10 minutes to prepare and about 2 ounces of marrow on toast will totally fill you up for hours.
You want the bones like what you get in the middle of a cross-cut beef shank. Go to the meat counter and ask the clerk if they have marrow bones. In my locale the grocery stores and WalMarts sell products by a company called Rumba; they package things like beef cheeks, ox tails, beef heart, beef liver, etc. They also sell packaged slices of marrow bones. If your WalMart or grocery store doesn't have it you might try a Hispanic market.
First butter some toast made from good quality bread. Next take your bones and look at the side that has the most marrow exposed. Put that side down in a hot pan with a tiny amount of oil and fry them covered for about 2 or 3 minutes. Turn them over and then fry them uncovered for a few seconds. Put them on your plate with that larger side up and then sprinkle them with a little salt and your favorite dried herbs or ground pepper. To eat use a sharp thin knife to scrape out the marrow and spread on your toast.