dehull

dehull

to remove the outer covering of a seed used as feed. Improves the nutrient value of the grain. The hulls may be used separately as a roughage supplement.
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Equipment would be provided in the community to dehull millet and grind this and other ingredients at an affordable price.
The machines have other advantages: higher quality grain with less bran loss, ease in separating grains, and ability to dehull multiple types of small millets.
Chop and dehull the strawberries (reserving a couple) and place in a pan with the sugar, lemon juice and 100ml water.
Diakite's machine can dehull the same quantity of fonio in less than eight minutes, unlocking the potential of a plentiful and affordable staple food that can potentially relieve famine in Africa.
He opened a small mill three years ago to supplement his farm income; today, it employs five people and is fully equipped to dehull and grind oats for edible markets.
This process cuts down on cooking time and there is no need to soak and dehull the soya beans, which avoids the need to dispose of nutrient-rich water and solid wastes.
The seeds of confectionery cultivars are typically gray or white, black or brown striped, and easily dehulled or shelled, whereas the seed of oilseed cultivars are typically black (dark purple) and difficult to dehull.
Some folks dehull their seeds by putting them in a blender with water (the chopped hulls float, while the heavier seeds sink) .
aquatica is unlikely to be of interest to breeders because their small caryopses would probably be difficult to dehull without damaging the embryo.
In this study, we investigated the effectiveness of a novel soybean preconditioning technique using simple steaming equipment followed by solar drying, for use in small scale operations to dehull soybean varieties grown in Tanzania.