the embryo or nucleus of the wheat kernel, used in or on foods as a concentrated source of vitamins.
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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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.