A heavy, dark German whole grain bread.
A flour milled from white wheat, which has a lighter and milder flavoured bran. White whole wheat is made from the whole grain, including the bran, germ and endosperm, unlike traditional white flour which is milled from only the endosperm.
Wheat varieties that are sown in autumn for a crop the following year. The majority of wheat grown in the UK is winter wheat.
A single celled organism that converts simple sugars to alcohol and carbon dioxide through fermentation.