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Plants that are often cultivated on a large scale; their grains have been a major food staple for humans and certain domestic animals for centuries.
cereal [1] spelt wheat wild rice rice oats rye wheat

spelt wheat click to hear

Wheat variety with small brown grains that, once hulled, can be used like rice.

wild rice click to hear

Seeds from a North American aquatic plant; it is richer and higher in protein than rice and has a strong nutty flavor. It is sometimes mixed with other kinds of rice.

rice click to hear

A universal staple, used as a side dish, in sweet and savory dishes such as risotto and paella, and for its by-products (noodles, sake).

oats click to hear

Often eaten as porridge, it is also an ingredient in date squares, fruit crisp toppings, muffins, cookies and pancakes.

rye click to hear

Yields a flour that can be combined with wheat flour to make bread; it is also used in brewing (beer) and distilling (whisky).

wheat click to hear

Cereal cultivated for its grain, of great significance in human food production; it is used to produce foodstuffs such as flour, bread and semolina.