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spelt

a species of wheat, Triticum spelta, that was formerly much cultivated and was used to develop present-day cultivated wheats
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So try it or a German wheat beer or what ever takes your fancy really.
Rutkowski said the challenge was to find a glass shape that elevated the aroma and flavor profiles of American and German wheat beers.
The total German wheat exports to Iran in the period between July 2012 and end-May 2013 to 1.153 million tonnes.
The artists had wanted to create a billboard out of their photographs of German wheat fields as a comment on how speculation had driven up food prices in 2010 to the point where the U.N.
The barman jumps in again, "Would it be the pale ale or the lager for you, ma'am?" I gingerly pick one, "I'll have a glass of the German wheat."
For example: Saudi Arabia imports German wheat and Indian rice, and the whole Arab world needs imports of ecological services from outside the region to bridge the widening gap in food supplies.
12, Jordan bought from international grain house MidGulf a total of 100,000 tonnes of German wheat for shipping in September and October.
On Aug 12, Jordan bought from international grain house MidGulf a total of 100,000 tonnes of German wheat for shipping in September and October.
I had come on an almost empty stomach, so I was delighted to find out that the first beer to be served was a Schneider Weisse, a German wheat beer with an alcohol content of 5.4 per cent.
Traders said the wheat was likely Canadian and/or from the Baltic region including Lithuania, adding German wheat, which meets protein requirement, seems too expensive.
Start with a breakfast of scrambled eggs, smoked salmon and toast accompanied by a German wheat beer which has enough ripe fruity flavour to complement the delicate flavour of this delightful, early-morning combination.
Two accessions of the German wheat 'Kleiber' (PI 345527 and PI 383394) were obtained from the National Small Grains Collection in Aberdeen, ID, and were used in a number of crosses because Kleiber had been reported to have resistance to preharvest sprouting (Derera et al., 1976).