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Synonyms for teff

an African grass economically important as a cereal grass (yielding white flour of good quality) as well as for forage and hay

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This structural feature is clearly visible for cooked wheat pasta, but is less apparent for teff and oat pasta.
According to a survey by the Whole Grains Council, just over five percent of Americans have heard of teff and among them only half have tried it.
Trial crops being grown include the health food crops chia and quinoa, the ancient grain teff, the cereal crop millet and a range of pulses.
The TEFF second heat was held at Chatton Trout Fishery and the qualifiers were: Lee Wilkinson from Consett, Brian Davis from Dudley and Malcolm Robinson from Bedlington.
Healthy GF grains include whole grains, such as oats, brown rice, buckwheat, quinoa, millet, and teff.
Teff provides over two-thirds of the human nutrition in Ethiopia, with grain protein content (10-12%) similar to other cereals [1].
The Homemade Flour Cookbook covers at length many different types of flour, from gluten-free grain flour (including flour from teff, brown rice, amaranth, millet, quinoa, and more), to legume flour, nut/seed flour, and of course flour from traditional grains.
Cynthia Harriman, director of food and nutrition strategies for Oldways/The Whole Grains Council, was quoted in "What's in Store 2009" as saying that the so-called ancient grains (sorghum, teff, millet, amaranth, spelt, buckwheat and quinoa) "are totally hot.
Teff, a metabolic physiologist, examined 17 obese men and women.
For example, teff is mainly used for making injera--a large, round, flat, and somewhat spongy bread served with Ethiopian stews.
Speakers include Ben Teff and Ian Cartwright, who will speak about Charlton Athletic's well-regarded Football in the Community scheme - rated as the best in the UK, the scheme operates with 36 staff.
Indeed, this connection is highlighted in Amnesty International's recently released study, "Colombia: A Human Rights Emergency," which identifies a deliberate policy of teff or and political murder carried out by the armed forces.
It takes only one application to the seed of monocotyledonous crops such as wheat, rice, maize, teff, and sorghum to increase overall basic food production in any country where it is needed," he explained.
NPGV et TEFF sur une 1re tranche, palier 900 mWe ou 1 300 mW ou 1 450 mW (prestation ferme)