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wheat germ

the embryo or nucleus of the wheat kernel, used in or on foods as a concentrated source of vitamins.
Origin of wheat germ
1900-05 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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Examples from the web for wheat germ
  • These sinfully rich bars pack the benefits of whole-wheat flour, wheat germ, and rolled oats.
  • wheat germ and barley extracts often serve as natural moisture barriers.
  • Freezing is especially recommended for whole wheat flour, which contains more wheat germ than regular white flour.
  • No regimen of brown rice and broccoli for him, no wheat germ and bran.
  • Can be made from wheat germ and olive oil, for shark lovers.
  • The bread--wheat germ, he said--was rough as silage.
British Dictionary definitions for wheat germ

wheat germ

the vitamin-rich embryo of the wheat kernel, which is largely removed before milling and is used in cereals, as a food supplement, etc
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