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How many varieties of rice are there? Why are whole grains better than refined grains? The Grains category can help answer the important questions about this very important food group.
I think you mean mullet. You can grow a mullet by going to a barber or beautician and telling them to cut your hair to where you may grow a mullet. or you can just shave the front and sides of your hair and let the back grow out. You might want to look at some pictures of mullets first to see exactl…
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According to this website, the taste test of grain-fed beef versus grass-fed beef leaned in favor of the fully foraging cows."In the past we believed that beef needed at least 45 days of grain feeding to achieve proper marbling. Most cattle are routinely fed between 100-200 days in a dry lot e…
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You go to your general physician. He will give local anaesthesia to your toe and then will remove the corn by very minor surgery. It will be alright within 7 to 10 days time.
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Actually, couscous is a pasta, not a grain. It is made by mixing semolina (coarsely ground durum wheat) and water, and then shaping into the little "grains" of pasta. The pasta is then coated with flour to prevent them from sticking to each other. Couscous is a grain from the wheat plant; a staple …
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Yes. Maize (corn) is a staple food all over North America. Crops used for human consumption are specialized sweet corns and very tender. And that's not all. It is also grown to make a sweetener called high fructose corn syrup which actually has a higher glycemic index than sugar made from cane. Maiz…
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I asked this same question to their customer service department over a year ago. They informed me that it was due to the item's poor sales.Thank you for contacting us regarding Kellogg's® cereal products. It's always great to hear from consumers who are trying to find our products because it lets u…
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Answer Absolutely. Almost everyone involved in the agriculture business does a little of both. That's why there is so much confusion in the general public about what constitues a farm or a ranch. Strictly speaking, on a farm, you raise plants, on a ranch, you raise animals. But even on the smalle…
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i like cornflakes because i like corn and the taste of them.Also i like them because they are crunchy and can be a quick snack. II DNT I like cornflakes because they taste like my nans vaginal herpes Shut up fool that's disgusting go die!!
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Grains are grasses cultivated for their fruit seeds (caryopis) that can be ground as a source of food (carbohydrates, specifically starches, and fiber). Common grains include wheat, rice, and oats. *The term "grain" is also applied to the individual crystals within a mineral, to the direction of ri…
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Removing Wheat Germ from the Kernel Wheat germ is separated from the kernel in the flour milling process.
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Quinoa (pronounced "keen-wah") is a nutritious grain-like seed. It's sprouts are also very nutritious. To sprout quinoa seeds for sprouts to cook or to eat raw, wash the seeds then soak them in tepid water for 2-4 hours. Drain, and rinse and drain again, then keep moist (but not wet) and away from d…
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Maize, which is called corn in the US, is a much taller plant than milo, which is another name for grain sorghum. Although both are grasses, maize has its grain on ears which sprout from leaf nodes about one-half to two-thirds of the way up the stalk, while milo has its grain at the top of the plant…
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30 minute searching the net gave me the answer of 4.4 grams per tsp. This above answer is correct, but only if you are using dried granular yeast.
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When it comes to diet the initials RDA mean Recommended Daily Allowance. The Recommended Daily Allowance of grains in a day is between 9 and 11 servings.
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Answer a pee seed is docotone while a corn seed is a monocot
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Southern America, Italy, India, Yugoslavia and Egypt.
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The corn (english), maize (maya), zhuub or xhuub (zapotec), is believe that the first time was cultivated in Yagul in the valley of tlacolula in Oaxaca province, Mexico about 6,000 to 8,000 thousand years ago by the zapotec indians, which later became one of the greatest civilization of the Americas…
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Maize is another name for corn. It is a cereal grain. Maize is known as corn in countries such as the United States, the English-speaking provinces of Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Corn is known for being a high-yielding variety of cereal grains. See attached link for reference.
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In grains you will get the right amount of nutrients (vitiman b) if you eat 3-7oz a day
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Milled corn, sugar, malt flavor, contains 2% or less of salt. BHT added to packaging for freshness. Vitamins and Minerals: Iron, vitamin C (sodium ascorbate, ascorbic acid), niacinamide, vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride), vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B1 (thiamin hydrochloride), vitamin A…
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Canada's major Wheat-Farming areas are in the west in the region of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta. These three provinces are called the Prairie Provinces.
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In Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba
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it was introduced by the Portuguese
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fields...lol
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curds and whey is a dairy product made by curdling milk. Curds are solid; whey is liquid.
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it gives you fibre for digesting food
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60 pounds. As far as I know, this is defined by U.S. law. (Other grains will have different weights per bushel.)
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Farmers rotate crops such as beans, peas, and peanuts with other crops such as corn, wheat, and cotton as a natural way to maintain soil nutrition. Proper crop rotation can reduce the need for adding other fertilizers.
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Currently, the European Union produces the most wheat. However, if you want an actual country then it is China, followed by India.
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a maize seed is used to flavour different foods and a maize grain is used like rice in countries such as Africa
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Maize is one of the most important cereal crop in SSA. Worldwide consumption of maize is about 116 million tons. 90 percent of white maize consumption is in Central America and Africa.
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According to the USDA: The amount of grains you need to eat depends on your age, sex, and level of physical activity. Most Americans consume enough grains, but few are whole grains. At least ½ of all the grains eaten should be whole grains. Eat at least 3 oz. of whole grain cereal, rice, pasta, or…
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Best Crop Ive ever had was 135 bushels per acre. 2012 in the red river valley Manitobaaverage is between 70 - 90 , and a really good crop is 100
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In addition to the 27 states in the United States that produce barley, other major producers are Russian, the Ukraine, and Germany. Additional large producers are Australia and Canada.
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Grain is usually stored in a silo, a tall tower or pit, usually on a farm or property.
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In the wheat fields (mostly in Eastern Norway).
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I know a bushel of corn = 56lbs. However. that 56 lbs needs to be milled and what % of the original 56 lbs is used for a finisheds product I do not know.There are 12.9 ounces of milled corn in an 18 oz box of corn flakes, so there would be roughly 69 boxes (18 oz boxes) in a bushel of corn....incide…
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450 pounsd
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No maize is corn
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wheat comes frome afica and amerixca
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not many, in previous times all of the vitamins where lost but we now have ways that don't eliminate the vitamins (you could just look at the nutrition information on the white bread and whole wheat)
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Flax seed is a source of omega-3 fatty acids. Flax seed has a lot of health benefits including helping to prevent heart disease. Flax seed looks like a small brown grain.
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Wheat reproduces through sexual reproduction and wind pollination. Pollen is released by the plant and carried by the wind, where it may land on another wheat plant and pollinate it.
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its corn 1. Corn 2. A yellowish color
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6.0 and above, the pH level effects the nutrient availability, so finding the right pH with what your soil has and doesn't have in terms of micro and macro nutrients changes what fertiliser you put on and how much.
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"Wheat at 13.5% moisture by weight ... : 60 lb = 27.2155422 kg"
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They are just differant names for the same plant.
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coarsly ground maize (corn) is called corn meal
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Click the link below labeld "Corn Flakes" that will help you :)
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The Romans likely invented mustard, mixing grape juice with the ground mustard seeds. Recipes date as far back as 400 AD. The recipe evidently made its way to Gaul, where the French produced mustard beginning in the 10th century, primarily for royalty and aristocrats. By the 13th century, the Dijo…
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About 1.244 cubic feet or 2,150 cubic inches.
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How much flour a bushel of wheat yields depends on the type of flour being made. A bushel of wheat will produce about 45 pounds of white flour or around 60 pounds of whole wheat flour.
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add a pound or two of dry ice in your airtight storage container with the wheat. let the dry ice evaporate. as it does carbon dioxide (CO2) is released. CO2 is heavier than air and will displace it in the container thereby killing all bugs. make sure you don't seal the container until the dry ice ha…
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Corn seed is actually a vegetable, a grain, and a fruit. Corn seed is a vegetable because it is harvested for eating. (Usually sweet corn when grain is harvested at the milk stage.) Corn seed is a grain because it is a dry seed of a grass species. (Usually field corn when harvested after the grain…
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bread and cake
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According to DEFRA, the average yield in 2007 was about 7.2 tonnes per hectare (2.9 tonnes per acre). In 2006 it was 8.0 tonnes per hectare (3.2 tonnes per acre).
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A bushel is a unit of volume, not weight. So it depends on what's in it. Potatoes - 60lbs, oats - 32lbs etc.1 bushel = 8 gallons
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The US average is about 62 bushels per acre.
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Rice is grown in south china.
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I have grown small plots of wheat for personal consumption in WV. I live an hour east of Charleston now, but have grown wheat in Charleston when I lived there. I grew hard red spring and hard white spring wheat. You can also grow winter wheat. Spring wheat is sown 1 to 3 weeks after the last frost d…
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Quinoa is a plant that produces a form of edible seed. It is very high in protein, and therefore an excellent food for vegetarians, vegans and really everyone. It is native to South America - specifically Peru. The quinoa plants grow at high altitudes and serve as a staple food for many people in S…
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A cook at Colonial Boston pub would likely prepare burgers and other fast foods. However, some may ever serve steak with all the trimmings.
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Wrong answers. It's not rice, its chipped maize/mealie/corn. Cooking it as rice makes a heap of stodge. Was also hoping to find a non-retard answer here somewhere so that it could be made to come out with a more 'ricey' texture. No luck yet obviously..
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Whole grains are important because they are sources of complex carbohydrates that fuel your body. They are also sources for phytonutients that are missing from a lot of modern diets of processed foods. Whole grains are very important for diabetics because they metabolize slowly into your system and …
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Native Americans, the Kellogg Brothers just stumbled on to how to improve it for mass production and to get it thinner than mashing it in a stone bowl.
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i am pretty sure it is Turkey-type wheats Kansas farmers produce almost totally hard red winter wheat.
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Maize is the proper name for corn. Wheat and corn were once closely related as varieties of grain bearing grasses. Mankind has hybridized corn far away from its original form in nature. Wheat remains closely related to rye, barley, rice etc.
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Maize is a type of corn.
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Quinoa cooks very similarly to rice, meaning that you use 2 parts water to every 1 part quinoa/rice. Just remember to rinse the quinoa before cooking. Then boil the water and cook the quinoa for about 10 minutes or so. And since quinoa is loaded with protein, fiber, and iron, it's as healthy as it i…
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In the US, apples and wheat, along with a great number of other crops, can be grown in nearly every state. Kansas is most notable for wheat production just as the state of Washington is most notable for apple orchards.
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In 2009 the average price paid to US farmers for barley was $4.40 per bushel. However, the price has varied considerably the last few years from a low of $2.11 in 2000 to a high of $5.37 in 2008. Retail prices paid by consumers may, of course, be quite different.
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Because that is the main food that they eat and feed to livestock.
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North Dakota may be leader in spring wheat production.Kansas is leader in winter wheat production.
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In order to be a cook, you have to love food. You have to be open to taste all things...even an octopus with peanut butter on it. Or a pickle with peanuts. You have to have a stable stomach like me. You can't puke often. You should always clear your plate at the dinner table. If you want to actually…
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March to September.
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through phloem
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Sounds like Gastronomy or Molecular Gastronomy
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Zea mays L. (Linnaeus)
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American word for corn. (maize)
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There's too many variables here to be able to answer this question. However, just for example, the US average yield from all states of all barley types for the period from 2006 through 2011 is 66.7 bushels per acre, according to the USDA.
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in the Mayan period
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Barley is wind pollinated. The male parts of the flower produce a pollen that is blown off by the wind and this then sticks to the female parts of the flower as the breeze blows past them. As with most wind pollinated plants, huge amounts of pollen are produced and breathing this can cause certain p…
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The maize (corn) grain is a cereal grass. The part we use for food is the caryopsis, a type of fruit.
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Wheat can is at the cost of at least 6 to 8 dollars per bushel!
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Sorghum has optimum temp for root growth is at 30˚С, Sorghum optimum temp for root growth is at 35˚С, therefore sorghum has an optimum temperature range of between 25-35˚С. Sorghum on the other hand has no germination until 10˚С where there is a steep increase to 79% in a 5˚С temperatur…
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Well, it all depends on what kind of cereal it is. Some cereal, like fiber one, has a lot of protein and other cereal, like cinnamon toast crunch has just about no protein.
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Here's the best i can come up with, (I'm an undergraduate studying nutrition...seriously check the math).You entire ration amount consumed per day is 4.5 kg hay + 2 kg of sorghum and soybean mix = 6.5 kg total daily consumption on an "as fed" basis.The amount of protein that you desire to be consume…
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they look like seeds, grass, plant and trees...sometimes also ferns too. It all depends on what type of grain it is.
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You can buy quinoa online at the link below (BuyQuinoa.com) - for the best price check out the 25 lb. bag of red quinoa, which comes to $2.60 / lb. Other than that you might find one or two varieties of quinoa at a Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, or similar store, but it usually runs about $4 - 5 for a 1…
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"Atta" actually means "flour" in most East Indian dialects. Atta flour is not actually a 'type of flour'. Most East Indians, when they refer to atta in a recipe, will use a mixture of whole-wheat and all-purpose flour (most often a two to one ratio). Exclusively whole-wheat flour could be used if it…
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The first plant is believe that was planted in the Valley of Tlacolula in Oaxaca, Mexico between 6 to 8 thousand years ago.
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paddy plant
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ittakes about from the start of spring to the end of fall
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