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whole grain

An entire kernel of grain, consisting of the bran, the endosperm, and the germ.
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The only flour in our Best Bites is whole-wheat or another whole-grain.
The combined segment of enriched wheat and whole-wheat sandwich breads accounted for 27 percent of sales, wide-pan bread loaves, which are particularly popular on the West Coast, accounted for 13 percent of sales, and other breads, such as rye, pumpernickel and cinnamon and raisin breads made up 13 percent of sales, according to Information Resources Inc.
children eat school meals, using white whole-wheat flour in grain food products served from school menus could make a significant contribution to increasing the overall whole-grain intake by children," Len Marquart, principal investigator of the study(v) at the University of Minnesota.
Stuffed peppers, mashed potatoes, sliced peaches with cottage cheese, whole-wheat bread
After tons of research and a lot of cardboard-tasting crusts, I came across an old whole-wheat muffin recipe that uses twice the active yeast.
As whole-wheat bread has grown in popularity, so has vital wheat gluten use.
The solution is pasta that not only tastes better than its whole-wheat counterpart.
A couple of years ago when my husband wanted to bake bread, I told him I wanted 100-percent whole-wheat.
Nearly three-quarters of Americans believe "enriched wheat bread" is whole-wheat bread.
Many schools are serving more fresh fruits and vegetables along with healthier versions of the old favorites--pizza with low-fat cheese and whole-wheat crust, baked fries and chicken nuggets, and chocolate-chip cookies made with whole-wheat flour.
Whole grains are now widely available--it's easy to find brown rice, whole-wheat pasta, and a variety of whole-grain breads and crackers in just about any supermarket.