Even in a time of war, Syrians' high standards for bread are uncompromising. Bakers have implemented unique techniques to provide the daily bread under conflict.
These carnivorous plants melt bugs with natural enzymes that could be harnessed to break down gluten.
Genetically modified wheat, like the plants found in Washington, is not approved for “sale or consumption” in the United States, and who planted the outlaw wheat remains a total mystery.
Gluten-free is back, baby!
Thomas Talhelm, an assistant professor of behavioral science, is the author of the “rice theory,” which states that people who grow up in rice-farming areas are less individualistic than people from wheat-producing places.
Researchers say that the more we eat the foods that the US government pays to keep cheap—such as beef, dairy, corn, sugar, and wheat—the fatter and unhealthier we get.
Scientists fear that, if left to its own devices, the pathogen known as "wheat blast" could threaten wheat production throughout Southeast Asia.
Boza is a sweet and sour fermented Turkish winter drink with a pudding consistency and just the barest hint of alcohol.