For CinemaSins, the cookie cutter approach often takes much of the chaff, but leaves behind the wheat.
Last week, settlers from Maon torched two dunams of wheat fields in the south Hebron hills.
Most recently, Venezuelans queued for hours in search of wheat flour.
New research reveals that proteins in wheat may be detrimental to all humans.
In regular pasta, the gluten from wheat creates a protein matrix that holds everything in place.
While waiting for the wheat to come up no one was doing much of anything.
When we got out the cargo, we found it much damaged, particularly the wheat.
First the wheat is sifted and cleaned and then it is put into one of the hand-mills.
The wheat which his customers brought in, was stored at the mill and ground.
Excepting flax, the average yield was excellent; wheat almost universally graded near the top.
Old English hwæte "wheat," from Proto-Germanic *khwaitijaz (cf. Old Saxon hweti, Old Norse hveiti, Norwegian kveite, Old Frisian hwete, Middle Dutch, Dutch weit, Old High German weizzi, German Weizen, Gothic hvaiteis "wheat"), literally "that which is white," from *khwitaz-, the source of Old English hwit (see white; and cf. Welsh gwenith "wheat," related to gwenn "white"). The Old World grain was introduced into New Spain in 1528. Wheaties, the cereal brand name, was patented 1925.
one of the earliest cultivated grains. It bore the Hebrew name _hittah_, and was extensively cultivated in Palestine. There are various species of wheat. That which Pharaoh saw in his dream was the Triticum compositum, which bears several ears upon one stalk (Gen. 41:5). The "fat of the kidneys of wheat" (Deut. 32:14), and the "finest of the wheat" (Ps. 81:16; 147:14), denote the best of the kind. It was exported from Palestine in great quantities (1 Kings 5:11; Ezek. 27:17; Acts 12:20). Parched grains of wheat were used for food in Palestine (Ruth 2:14; 1 Sam. 17:17; 2 Sam. 17:28). The disciples, under the sanction of the Mosaic law (Deut. 23:25), plucked ears of corn, and rubbing them in their hands, ate the grain unroasted (Matt. 12:1; Mark 2:23; Luke 6:1). Before any of the wheat-harvest, however, could be eaten, the first-fruits had to be presented before the Lord (Lev. 23:14).