LIKE A FISH OUT OF FARGO Mock Duck/Seitan: How To Make Your Own & Save Money
I'm not a vegetarian but I love mock duck.
Mock duck, also known as seitan, is a vegetarian product made from wheat gluten, meaning it's not a good option for those with gluten sensitivities. I like ... Posted on 4/24/13 at 7:37 PM
THIS WOMAN WRITES Recipe: Healthy Kamut® Yeast Rolls
Never heard of Kamut? It's an ancient grain, and I give a brief overview of what it is and why we use it inAncient Wheat -- a Potential Alternative to Gluten Free. These rolls involve time -- mixing ... Posted on 3/6/13 at 3:32 PM
STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND N.D. Mill reports record profits
A news release from the Industrial Commission:
The North Dakota Mill today reported record profits of $13.18 million for fiscal year 2010, more than double the previous record of $6.2 million set in f... Posted on 7/30/10 at 7:58 AM
STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF Heart-Healthy Muffins
For years, the Food and Drug Adminstration and the U.S. Department of Agriculture have been telling us that diets rich in whole grains and low in fat, saturated fat and cholesterol may help reduce the... Posted on 2/4/10 at 3:47 AM
BISMARCK — A new hard red winter wheat variety that was more than a decade in the making has the potential to be a top performer in drier areas of the state, South Dakota State University officials say. That could translate into millions of dollars for farmers.
Blake Nicholson, Associated Press
, July 27, 2012
Wheat prices tumbled Thursday as a government report showed the nation’s farmers had planted winter wheat on much more of their land this season amid last year’s higher prices and easing drought conditions in Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas.
By Roxana Hegeman , Associated Press
, January 13, 2012
Jeff Oberholtzer planted a little winter wheat in 2009 and none in 2010. This fall, the Mohall, N.D., farmer planted a lot.
Oberholtzer and his father, Jerry, who also farms, were able to plant only 7 percent of their farmland this spring because of wet fields.
By Jonathan Knutson, Forum Communications Co.
, October 31, 2011
Stocks of all types of wheat are down in North Dakota.
The Agriculture Department said that stocks of spring, durum and winter wheat as of Sept. 1 were down 38 percent over the year to 229 million bushels. On-farm stocks were down 40 percent and off-farm stocks were down 34 percent.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has lowered wheat acre estimates in North Dakota after a resurvey of some farmers.
The spring wheat figure for the state has been reduced from 6.35 million acres to 5.9 million, and the durum wheat number from 1 million acres to 800,000.
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