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[hohl-greyn] /ˈhoʊlˈgreɪn/
of or being natural or unprocessed grain containing the germ and bran.
Origin of whole-grain
1955-60 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • It's something artisan bread bakers use to turn out breathtaking whole-grain boules and those elusive, hearth-baked baguettes.
  • Increase whole-grain intake by replacing refined grains with whole grains.
  • They do all the whole-grain natural things there, breads and cakes and biscuits.
  • These whole-grain pancakes are made from your own mix, plus fresh fruit and real maple syrup.
  • Try this healthful salad as a light lunch or dinner served with some crusty, whole-grain bread.
  • Serve this with a simple garden salad and whole-grain rolls.
  • For the best flavor, check the date on your bag of whole-grain flour.
  • Seek out whole-grain breads, which retain fiber and nutrients from the germ and bran.
  • Choose natural whole-grain products such as wheat bread and brown rice instead of carbohydrates such as white bread and pasta.
  • Eventually work up to a one-cup ratio: one cup whole-grain flour to one cup white flour.

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