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Only the rich could afford a steady diet of meat. Therefore wheat (known to the Romans as corn - frumentum) was the staple food of most Romans. They ate it as bread or as puls (porridge), sometimes adding flavorings or relishes to it. It was the most important food that moved around the Roman Empire. It went from Egypt to Rome in huge grain ships s…...

Wheat

T. aethiopicum T. araraticum T. boeoticum T. carthlicum T. compactum T. dicoccoides T. dicoccon T. durum T. ispahanicum T. karamyschevii T. macha T. militinae T. monococcum T. polonicum T. spelta T. sphaerococcum T. timopheevii T. turanicum T. turgidum T. urartu T. vavilovii T. zhukovskyi References: This grain is grown on more land area than any ...
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Wheat

Wheat has become a major grain due to the presence of gluten protein. This is what gives the structure to risen breads. There are two main varieties of wheat grown in North America; Durum wheat used in pasta and Bread wheat used in most all other wheat items. The softness or hardness of the wheat is based on the level of protein found in the wheat...
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Wheat

Wheat is only able to grow on a tilled (using a Hoe) grass block that is adjacent to water. If there is no water adjacent to the wheat, it will die. Once fully grown, wheat can be harvested which yields Wheat (duh) and sometimes Seeds.
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wheat

[n] - annual or biennial grass having erect flower spikes and light brown grains 2. [n] - grains of common wheat
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Wheat

• (n.) A cereal grass (Triticum vulgare) and its grain, which furnishes a white flour for bread, and, next to rice, is the grain most largely used by the human race.
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wheat

<botany> A cereal grass (Triticum vulgare) and its grain, which furnishes a white flour for bread, and, next to rice, is the grain most largely used by the human race. ... Of this grain the varieties are numerous, as red wheat, white wheat, bald wheat, bearded wheat, winter wheat, summer wheat, and the like. Wheat is not known to exist as a w...
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wheat

wheat berry noun grains of common wheat; sometimes cooked whole or cracked as cereal; usually ground into flour
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Wheat

[color] Wheat is a color that resembles wheat. The first recorded use of wheat as a color name in English was in 1711. Wheat is one of the X11 web colors. ...
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wheat

Click images to enlargeCereal plant derived from the wild Triticum, a grass native to the Middle East. It is the chief cereal used in breadmaking and is widely cultivated in temperate climates suited to its growth. Wheat is killed by frost, and damp makes the grains soft, so warm, dry regions produce th...
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Wheat

Wheat (hwēt) noun [ Middle English whete , Anglo-Saxon hwǣte ; akin to Old Saxon hwēti , Dutch weit , German weizen , Old High German weizzi , Icelandic hveiti , Swedish hvete , Danish hvede , Goth. hwaiteis...
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Wheat

Allergic reactions to wheat are most common in infants and usually resolve within the first few years of life. This allergy requires strict avoidance of wheat and wheat-based foods like breads and breakfast cereals. A wheat-intolerant child may also not be able to eat rye, barley and oats. This is different to gluten intolerance. See a healthcare p...
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wheat

cereal grass of the Gramineae (Poaceae) family and of the genus Triticum and its edible grain, one of the oldest and most important of the cereal ... [19 related articles]
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Wheat

Gehoon
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Wheat

Gehun
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Wheat

The major cereal crop grown in the UK. Wheat falls into two categories, hard, generally suitable for milling (flour) and soft, usually used for distilling animal feed and biscuit making.
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The second most common grain used in beer brewing. Malted wheat makes up at least 50% of the grist of traditional Weizen and Hefeweizen beers, and may also be added in lesser amounts in other styles (generally as an aid to head retention). Unmalted wheat makes up a substantial percentage of the grist in Witbier and Lambic.
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Wheat

Wheat (triticum vulgare) is a species of hard grass, the seeds of which are ground to make flour.
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Wheat

Wheat has long since been a much cultivated grain in Europe, and it gained similar popularity in America during the 1800s, with Kentucky being one of its chief proponents. Wheat is used in the production of grain whisk(e)y and in American Whiskey, among others. Winter Wheat is preferred for it has high levels of starch, it is named such for it is p...
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Wheat

Wheat is slang for cannabis.
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wheat

wheat, cereal plant of the genus Triticum of the family Gramineae (grass family), a major food and an important commodity on the world grain market.Sections in this article:IntroductionWheat Varieties and Their UsesDiseases and PestsWheat Production TodayHistoryClassificationBibliography
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