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whole grain

An entire kernel of grain, consisting of the bran, the endosperm, and the germ.
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We have had positive feedback from consumers who like white bread but who also want the health benefits of wholemeal, this loaf is genuinely .
Our new campaign reinforces that Hovis Wholemeal, with a healthy topping, is a great alternative to cereal," said Caroline Jary, who this week replaced Jon Goldstone as head of marketing for Hovis [see P53].
Tip: Add wholemeal breadcrumbs to bulk out your burgers.
The Wholemeal Breast can be oven baked in just 15 minutes and at 57g per steak allows easy portion control.
In another bowl, mix the wholemeal and the plain flour with the salt and bicarb.
5m [pounds sterling] campaign, which will run for eight weeks, aims to persuade some of the 18% of consumers who buy both white and wholemeal bread to convert to exclusively purchasing wholemeal.
Pasta Lensi has simply added wholemeal bran fibre to authentic Italian pasta to present Fibre Plus Pasta.
Orange, orange juice, wholemeal jam sandwiches, ready salted crisps, caramel yoghurt, water.
52 Smooth tasting, and not at all as harsh as some of the more ascetic wholemeal.
The baker at that shop baked wholemeal bread the like of which I have never tasted before or since.
It is best to use wholemeal or granary bread, but if your child doesn't like wholemeal use h igh-fibre white, or try a compromise and use one slice of white and one slice of wholemeal.