whole grains

Gluten in Grains

Gluten comes from the Latin word for ‘glue’ which gives dough the elastic property that holds gas when it rises.  Bubbles of carbon dioxide are released from fermenting yeast, which

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Cereal Fibre

Grains, especially whole grains, contain a range of dietary fibres important for health and prevention of disease. These include: Soluble fibres such as: B-glucan (found in oats and barley) pentoses

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Refined Grains

Refining grains removes varying proportions of the bran and germ. Because micronutrients are generally present in higher concentrations in these outer layers of the grain, refined grain products are lower

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