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Grain

A unit of weight equivalent to one 7,000th of one pound.
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It is important to note that although sprouted grain bread contains an abundance of natural and health-promoting ingredients, is' it not gluten-free.
It is made from a combination of several sprouted grains, including wheat, millet, barley, and spelt, and from legumes, including soybeans and lentils.
Why sprouted grains?They have a lot of documented health benefits.
As a spread over sprouted grain bread, sprouted bean or grain pasta or as a dip for your favorite raw veggies
Angelic Bakehouse is a manufacturer and marketer of branded premium and non-GMO sprouted grain bakery products primarily for the retail markets.
ASC SMART[TM]Pasta is made from a proprietary blend of Organic Sprouted grains containing five different sources of plant protein.
There will be significant drying costs as a result of high moisture contents and fuel costs and no doubt there will be sizeable deductions for low bushel weights and sprouted grain.
In addition, Food for Life makes organic, flourless New Mexican Style Sprouted Grain Tortillas.
Enzymes of sprouted grain and possible technological significance, p.
Marzetti Company, has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire all of the assets of Angelic Bakehouse, Lie, a manufacturer and marketer of premium sprouted grain bakery products.
For lunch, he may have a sprouted grain mix with whatever sprouted grains, together with a large salad full of leafy greens with some hemp oil, hemp seeds, and spices for flavor.
Angelic Bakehouse, Milwaukee, a Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) certified bakery specializing in sprouted grain products, said it attained Non-GMO Project Verified status for its best-selling product: sprouted seven-grain bread.