emmer wheat


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Related to emmer wheat: durum wheat, spelt, Einkorn wheat

emmer wheat:

see wheatwheat,
cereal plant of the genus Triticum of the family Poaceae (grass family), a major food and an important commodity on the world grain market. Wheat Varieties and Their Uses
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Molecular characterization of the Wx-B1 allelic variants identified in cultivated emmer wheat and comparison with those of durum wheat.
Caption: The inhabitants of a newly excavated village in western Iran where emmer wheat was domesticated by 9,800 years ago left behind artifacts such as this clay animal figurine.
They rinsed off the sediment and discovered human and animal figurines, fish bones and charred bits of wild barley, lentil, grass peas, emmer wheat (which is rarely grown today because of its low yield) and other ancestors of crop plants.
tauschii, which is more drought tolerant than Triticum and wild emmer wheat (T.
FARRO Also known as emmer wheat, farro beats even brown rice for fiber content.
1/4 cup spelt 1/4 cup dehulled barley 1/4 cup emmer wheat (farro) 1/4 cup rye berries salt as needed For the watercress sauce:
It is one of the first crops that were grown in the near East, almost at the same time as einkorn and emmer wheat.
Cranberry frangipane crostata SERVES 8 | 1 3/4 HOURS, PLUS AT LEAST 2V2 HOURS TO CHILL Emmer farro flour, made from whole-grain emmer wheat, gives the crostata a rustic texture and great Flavor Because it's low in gluten, it needs to be mixed with all-purpose flour to hold the crust together Sweet frangipane (almond pastry cream) mellows the tart cranberries.
The storage room contained Emmer wheat, one of the oldest domesticated varieties, which was found in Syria as early as the Neolithic period.
Examples of the three are bread wheat, tobacco, and sugar beet; emmer wheat and cactus pear; and common walnut and sweet/wild cherry, wine grape and vine zoning, and apple and pear.