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a species of wheat, Triticum spelta, that was formerly much cultivated and was used to develop present-day cultivated wheats
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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.
A well organized beer list according to Oliver should have, "at least one great Pilsner, one great German wheat beer, one great pale ale, at least two or three of the comple x beers from Belgium because they are very versatile and are as complex as any beverage you can think of, an imperial stout, which is always great with a wide variety of desserts, and one of the Belgian fruit beers.
Paulaner, for example, is a German wheat beer usually paired with sausages or fish and chips.
The beer is made with white wheat, two-row and Munich malts, hopped with Columbus/CTZ and fermented with a German wheat beer yeast.
The aroma is typical of a German wheat beer with banana, nutmeg and clove notes, all caused by the yeast used in brewing.
As well as distinguishing various styles including lager, pilsner, German wheat beer, rauchbier, bitters, stouts and porters, Marverine was asked which beers she would serve with ten different courses, including grilled mackerel, chargrilled steak and treacle tart and custard.
Applied to beer and food, a light fish dish with lemon juice and olive oil should be served with a delicate beer, like a German wheat beer (Weissbier).