heat is a member of the grass family that produces a dry, one-seeded fruit commonly called a kernel. Its point of origin is in the Tigris and Euphrates river valley, near what is now Iraq. More than 17.000 years ago, humans gathered the seeds of plants and ate them. After rubbing off the husks, early people simply chewed the kernels raw, parched or simmered. Today, instead of chewing kernels, we enjoy the whole what bread! This bread is made entirely of whole wheat flour – flour made by milling whole wheat kernel. This sort of flour contains all the bran and the germ of the wheat kernel. Therefore, it is more nutritious than white flours. If you want to learn more, check my post about . Whole wheat bread has darker color and denser texture than light and airy white breads. However, it also has specific nutty taste, that works great with, for example, butter! That’s my recommendation anyway, but I’m always keen on hearing other people’s opinions, so shoot me a line down there, in the Comments section!
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