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CH 29 Grains

Rice that is precooked, rinsed and dried during processing Instant rice
Nutrient in grain products that is needed for healthy blood cells. Iron
Nutrient provided by whole grain products. Fiber
Flour and water makes this. Pasta
Refrigerate bread to keep this from growing. mold
When rice and pasta cooks it absorbs water.
The inside of the grain kernel that contains carbohydrates and protein . Endosperm
If you stir rice it may become sticky
To add nutrients back to grain products during processing. Enriched
Ingredient in whole grain products that can cause it to spoil. Oil
One cup of raw rice produces this much cooked rice. three
To make tortillas use this type of flour corn or flour
The vitamin in grain products B vitamins
The part of the grain kernel that contains fiber. Bran
Made from the entire grain kernel Whole Grain Products
"To the Tooth", or pasta that is firm in the center Al Dente
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