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1 The talented chef uses buckwheat soba noodles effectively.
2 Buckwheat pasta has a strong, nutty flavour.
3 For wholefood enthusiasts, I would recommend buckwheat pasta rather than wholemeal, which I think is rather dull in flavour and texture.
4 There was Buckwheat, an Engiish foxhound.
5 The ingredients include flour, buckwheat flour, and starch.
6 Oxalic acid was obtained by treating buckwheat husks with dilute nitric acid.
7 A new functional food, Buckwheat Tofu, was researched and produced using the coagulator of the fermented juice of Buckwheat meal.
8 Replacing your refined - flour pancakes with buckwheat pancakes is a good acne - reducing move.
9 Buckwheat, rapeseed, cottonseed cake and tapioca included some toxins, therefore feed by crush, immersion and silage fermentation without toxins.
10 Toxicological safety of tartary buckwheat extracts (TBE) wasobserved by way of feeding TBE to mouse and rat.
11 Types include premium honey such as "buckwheat, tupelo, sage, orange blossom, and sourwood" produced in Florida, North Carolina, California, New York and Virginia and "fireweed" from Alaska.
12 After processing grinding buckwheat, buckwheat noodles become.
13 The recent developments on bioactive compounds from buckwheat, especially the physicochemical property and function of protease inhibitor, are reviewed in this paper.
14 There are annual or perennial buckwheat, Tartary Buckwheat and buckwheat wild type wings.
15 Made from almond, buckwheat, carob and chestnut powder in perfect proportion.
16 Russian pancake of buckwheat flour and yeast ; usually served with caviar and sour cream.
17 The dissolved rate of functional composition of tartary buckwheat bran,(www.Sentencedict.com) and the operation flexibility can be improved by the super micro-milling.
18 Traditionally, rain-fed terraces are constructed on steeper slopes in the Middle Mountains for the production of maize, millet and buckwheat.
19 In this manuscript, the determination of phenolic compounds: epicatechin, rutin and quercetin in buckwheat sprout by capillary electrophoresis with electrochemical detection(CE-ED) was reported.
20 In this novel, Margaret Mitchell likens the weak to wheat, and the strong to buckwheat.
21 Pumpkinseed , Apricot, Pine Nuts Kernels, Sunflower Kernels, black soy beans, hulled buckwheat. And food grains other than rice and wheat legumes organic agricultural and sideline products.
22 I used to worry about not eating grains, or soy, or processed foods, or fruits, or chemicals.Should I eat quinoa or steel-cut oats or amaranth or chia seeds or bulgur wheat or buckwheat?
23 Results of homology analysis revealed that the TBb cDNA sequence shared 90% homology with the major allergenic storage protein and legumin-like protein of common buckwheat.
24 The investigation result showed that, in Aba, the wild buckwheat appeared diversity of geographical investigation and had obviously distributing centers.
25 Many of Polygonaceae are noxious weeds , some ornamentals , and buckwheat ( Fagopyrum ) and rhubarb ( Rheum ) foodstuffs .
26 Thestarch degradability rates of othercereal feeds were : wheat , 96.28 % , maize , 55.37 % , rice , 45.23 % , buckwheat , 44.10 % , sor - ghum, 42.58 % respectively.
27 The study indicated that ISSR produced high polymorphism on tartary buckwheat. ISSR analysis can be used for the molecular evaluation and studies of genetic diversity of tartary buckwheat germplasm.
28 Objective To compare estrogen-like activity of flavonoid and daidzin and linseed lignans in tartary buckwheat bran.
29 Foods that are most well received by foreigners are tempura, sukiyaki, sushi, sashimi, buckwheat noodles, and soybean curd.
30 The development and ultrastructure of aleurone layer transfer cell in buckwheat( Fagopyrum esculentum Moench)were studied by using electron microscopy.
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