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
COURAGE IN THE KITCHEN Whole Wheat Buttermilk Biscuits
Having been taught how to make baking powder biscuits by my sister Patsy, I soon started thinking about the wonderful whole wheat baking powder biscuits that our friend Toni made. Toni had a little ha... Posted on 3/8/13 at 10:39 PM
PARENT INFORMATION CENTER Snacks for Families on the Go
PIC familiesalways seem to be on the go frompicking up kids at school, going to different activities, helping with homework,meetings, running errands and the list just goes on and on. But when is th... Posted on 2/22/13 at 1:53 PM
REALLY EATING Trust Lisa and her Whole Wheat Tortillas
I know that I've read Lisa Leake's recipe for Whole Wheat Tortillas at least 20 times. I wanted to believe that they were as easy to make as they sounded, but I just couldn't. After three different fa... Posted on 1/10/13 at 8:10 PM
FATHER KNOWS LAST North Dakota Wheat Harvest
Fall is always a time of excitement when you live on a farm. Each year becomes a race against time to get the crop harvested before winter arrives. There is also a sense of urgency involved, as the ... Posted on 9/3/12 at 10:29 AM
The two-day event Tuesday and Wednesday will include discussion about market promotion programs and export opportunities, as well as wheat research. County representatives also will be providing input on commission programs and funding for the coming year.
Farmers in northeast North Dakota and northwest Minnesota were pleased this spring when good weather allowed them to plant wheat and barley earlier than usual. They’re even more pleased now. Yields of newly-harvested fields are better than expected.
Ben Handcock gazed appreciatively at the amber field of wheat near Lakota, N.D. After a few moments he called out, “This is a good-looking field.” Other soon-to-be-harvested wheat fields across the area also appear to have held up relatively well during widespread drought, Handcock said Thursday.
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.
Wheat production is expected to be up in North Dakota this year but down in South Dakota. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's latest projections estimate North Dakota's spring wheat crop at 214 million bushels, up 28 percent over the year, and durum wheat at 41.9 million bushels, up 130 percent.
Rare early spring spurs seed-sowing Mike Bergeron beat the calendar, planting spring wheat in the last days of winter, nearly a month before he usually does such seeding. He and Jon Ross farm together as R&B Growers north of Fisher, Minn. They started seeding wheat Saturday, apparently before other farmers in the region.
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