I ate mine, as was natural, with a spoon, but great was my surprise to notice that my wife, instead of doing the same, drew from her pocket a little case, from which she selected a long pin, and by the help of this pin conveyed her rice grain
to her mouth.
But the Prince was so deeply grieved, and apologised so very humbly, that after some time the heart of the good little Frog was softened, and she gave him another tiny little grain
, but instead of being sand it was now a grain
But as soon as the first rays of the sun shone into the garden he saw all the ten sacks standing side by side, quite full, and not a single grain
Again she recalled what the young peasant woman had said, and again she was revolted at the thought; but she could not help admitting that there was a grain
of brutal truth in the words.
The Whole Truth: "Whole grain
blend" often means a mix of whole and refined grains
Subsequent studies showed similar results for other grains
such as maize, popcorn, rice, and soybeans, with no degradation of flavor or nutritional value.
To compact sand, you scoop up wet sand and press it into a bucket, letting water ooze between sand grains
Health journalist Melissa Diane Smith writes in Going Against the Grain
, "Whole grains
cause lower blood sugar responses than refined grains
Overweight people who eat whole grains
rather than refined ones are better equipped to manage their blood-sugar concentrations, according to a new study.
Loss of the seaway would mean a tremendous loss of shipping capacity and correspondihg loss in the ability to efficiently move our export grains
, especially if market conditions or weather triggereda return to larger export volumes," Arason said.
Kinetics of photosynthate incorporation into growing grains
of cereals is commonly defined by two parameters: dry matter accumulation rate and effective period of assimilate deposition.
are round or long and have a high percentage of amylopectin, the starch that makes the grains
stick together when they are cooked.