hard wheat


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hard wheat

n.
Any of several varieties of wheat having hard grains with high protein and gluten content, yielding flour especially suited to making breads.

hard wheat

n
(Agriculture) a type of wheat with hard kernels, yielding a strong flour and used for bread, macaroni, etc
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Noun1.hard wheat - wheat with hard dark-colored kernels high in gluten and used for bread and pastahard wheat - wheat with hard dark-colored kernels high in gluten and used for bread and pasta; grown especially in southern Russia, North Africa, and northern central North America
wheat - annual or biennial grass having erect flower spikes and light brown grains
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The most important ingredients are: pistachio, pure butter, hard wheat flour and corn starch.
Moreover, the official added that the price of hard wheat which is the nation's main crop should rise in the global market, due to a reduction of sown areas, mainly in Canada, while price of soft wheat tends to be more stable.
Riyadh, Muharram 16, 1438, October 17, 2016, SPA -- Saudi Grains Organization announced here today a new international tender representing the sixth batch for importing an amount of 610,000 tons of hard wheat for supplying during the months of December 2016 and January 2017 on board 10 ships, including six ships through Jeddah Islamic Port, three ships through King Abdul Aziz Port in Dammam and one ship through Jizan port.
JEDDAH: Saudi Arabia's main state grain agency, the Saudi Grains Organization (SAGO) is seeking to buy 300,000 tons of hard wheat in a tender.
In December, Chicago wheat spot price stood at 176 USD/ton, down by 21% year on year while American hard wheat spot price was 194 USD/ton, decreasing by 19% year on year.
As of January 2015, price of hard wheat was at $204 per metric ton from $224 of January 2014 and $301 in January 2013.
According to the documents, purchasing price for one tonne of first, second and third classes of hard wheat containing gluten not less than 28 to 22 percent, will be 685,84 thousand soms, 604,88 thousand soms, and 500,3 thousand sums respectively.
Moreover, it showed that these samples (LU-26 and Line 6500) have the characteristics of durum hard wheat.
The hard wheat will work here, but the soft wheat will give your product a lighter texture.
The high quantity of gluten in flour from hard wheat is preferred for making bread, macaroni, spaghetti fine cakes and other pasta products (Morris, 2002).