wheat berry


Definition of wheat berry 

: an unprocessed whole kernel of wheat

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While not ‘dippable,’ the oft available wheat berry salad makes for a healthful and fulfilling accompaniment as well. Lindsey Mcclave, The Courier-Journal, "You won't regret indulging at downtown Louisville's Atlantic No. 5," 9 May 2018 The chicken was nested in a porridge of wheat berries, pistachios and pumpkin seeds, which also needed salt. Michael Nagrant, RedEye Chicago, "Fun, informal pop-up Good Fortune opening permanent location," 18 Oct. 2017 Combine chiles and juices, wheat berries, bell pepper, jicama, red onion, cilantro, lime juice, olive oil, minced garlic, black beans, salt and pepper in a large bowl; stir well. Lucy Saunders, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Cooking 101: New Marquette classes aim to raise students' kitchen GPA," 27 Apr. 2018 Thanks to Sheila, agriculture specialists with the agency found 22 types of seeds for planting, along with two live plants with soil; cactus, coriander and wheat berries. Joe Marusak, charlotteobserver, "The harmful seeds were hidden in luggage. Fortunately, Sheila the beagle found them. | Charlotte Observer," 16 Apr. 2018 Cook 1 cup of barley, brown rice, farro, wheat berries, or bulgur according to package directions, then follow the recipe as directed. Woman's Day Kitchen, Woman's Day, "Quinoa with Roasted Red Pepper, Green Beans, and Red Onion," 25 Apr. 2013 For sides, Caffetteria will offer such items as spicy sauteed eggplant, cauliflower rice, wheat berry tabbouleh, and roasted sweet potatoes with pecans. Joyce Smith, kansascity, "The Mixx owner to open new Prairie Village restaurant this month | The Kansas City Star," 7 Mar. 2018 The main is also a killer, aside from Adrienne’s Colorado Sea Bass, wheat berries, port reduction, chive oil and pickled cauliflower. Luis Miguel Echegaray, SI.com, "Talkin' Top Chef, Episode Eight: Let There be Restaurant Wars," 25 Jan. 2018 Bulgur is wheat berries ground into different sizes: Fine, medium, coarse and very coarse. Judy Walker, NOLA.com, "8 invaluable tips for becoming a better cook in the new year," 26 Dec. 2017

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1848, in the meaning defined above

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