What did the pilgrims use rye for?
Pilgrims used rye many different ways. They used rye to make bread and also for alcohol production. Many of their recipes had been passed down from generation to generation, and have actually been modified for usage today. ...
Asked in Home & Garden, Agriculture, Lawn Care
How much grass seed per acre for lawns when using a mixture of fescues and perrinial rye?
For normal lawn about 300 to 365 pounds per acre. Test the soil first!!!!! ...
What products are made from rye?
Pumpernickel bread and Swedish crispbread (Knaeckebrod) are often made out of 100% whole grain rye. Rye is also used as one ingredient of many in breads, hot cereal (rarely on its own), and many other grain products. Because rye has a heavy characteristic and is lower in protein than wheat, it is less commonly used on its own. However, rye is beneficial to the digestive system in many ways. ...
Asked in History and Origins of Foods
What are examples of food that you grow?
Farmers grow wheat, corn, rice, rye, alfalfa, canola, potatoes, onions, carrots, cabbage, asparagus, tomatoes, peppers, lettuce, radishes, turnips, parsnips, beets, sugar cane, yams, fruit trees, berry bushes, and many, many other things as well. ...
Asked in Food & Cooking
Have Nabisco triscuit rye crackers been discontinued?
Rye triscuits have NOT been discontinued.....only the box has changed.....call the 800 number to find a store near you.....I just bought them in a new box today....yummy ...