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wheat with soft starch kernels used in pastry and breakfast cereals

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In comparing with hard wheat, solvent retention capacity (SRC) is used more often for evaluating the quality of soft wheat in cookie making [3].
The first two varieties are soft wheat dinner rolls that are stuffed with either pulled porkless shreds in a tangy sauce or Italian meatless sausage, spinach, and roasted red peppers.
Morocco expects a cereal harvest this year of 6.7 million tonnes, including 3.7 million tonnes of soft wheat, down from 9.7 million tonnes in 2013.
Damascus, (SANA) -- Agriculture researcher Nibal Khazl received the award of Arab Center for the Studies of Arid Zones and Dry Lands (ACSAD) for agricultural research in the dry areas for his research "Promising strain of high-yield soft wheat /ACSAD 1133/ resistant to yellow rust."
14 tender where Libya paid $395 per tonne on a cost and freight (c&f) basis for 30,000 tonnes of soft wheat.
The flour allows food formulators to add more whole grain content to products that typically rely on soft wheat or pastry flour - products such as cookies, cakes and crackers - without imparting the bitter flavor sometimes associated with whole grains, Carson said.
Morocco has been noticeably absent from the international wheat market lately after receiving no bids for 2 consecutive tenders to buy 300,000 tonnes of soft wheat in August.
To p tip: It's vital to use the very finely-milled soft wheat grade 00 flour (also great for pizza bases).
As regards soft wheat, current forecast is at 127 million tonnes, which is a status quo compared to the average over the past five years.
The Moroccan government, facing its biggest wheat import campaign this year in three decades while hard currency reserves are dwindling, said it would not tap international soft wheat markets before the bulk of its domestic harvest is sold.
Summary: LONDON - Saudi Arabia may import soft wheat, in addition to the hard wheat it currently imports, to meet local food demand, opening it up to a wider range of wheat exporters, the kingdom's Grain Silos & Flour Mills Organisation, or GSFMO, said.
The Wooster team's studies are filling in some of the gaps in our knowledge about whole-grain flours made from soft wheat. In recent research, for example, Souza and colleagues tackled the question of how much dietary fiber is really in today's whole-grain soft-wheat flours.
A former research leader and plant geneticist with A.R.S.'s Soft Wheat Quality Laboratory in Wooster, Ohio, Souza now directs wheat breeding for an international plant science company.
The flour used for pretzels is soft wheat flour, which has a protein content of about 9%.
A global grain market sell-off this week has pushed Egypt to buy 235,000 tons of US and French soft wheat, and also prompted Tunisia to come to the market for 75,000 tons of milling wheat.