Baking with wild rice
Replies: 19 - Last Post: Oct 26, 2012 3:50 PM Last Post By: VinnyD
Oct 25, 2012 3:02 PM
15It`s a grass. The local term for it doesn`t actually define it scientifically. Native Americans in Minn. and other areas had their own names for it but botanically it`s a grass.
A tall aquatic annual grass (Zizania aquatica) of North America, bearing edible grain. 2. The grain of this plant. wild rice. n. (Life Sciences & Allied Applications .
Oct 25, 2012 3:06 PM
16And the botanical definitions of `nut`all follow this line:
1. (Science: botany) A dry one-seeded fruit which is indehiscent (i.e., it does not split open along a definite seam at maturity). Among the true nuts are the acorn, chestnut, hazelnut, beech, filbert, etc). Others that are not botanically true nuts are the peanut, cashew, coconut, litchi, pistachio, almond and the walnut.
Oct 26, 2012 12:52 PM
Oct 26, 2012 1:21 PM
There are gray areas in there.
breakdown of proteins and how its defined as an alergen.
I had heard that folks alergic to nuts were alergic to certain nuts and not other nuts.
right now I have almond milk yogurt fermenting and its not going so well.
I googled the living heck out of this quandry, why do certian "nuts" make better non-dairy milk products and not others.
much like alternates to gluten, milk substitutes have a pretty heavy science factor.
the wild rice is not as well studied to death.
wild rice is considered "gluten free" and considered safe for persons suffering nut alergies as well.
the more I study this dimension the more off and rather useless botany seems.
Oct 26, 2012 3:50 PM
Bags feeling light?
Coffee table looking bare?
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