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Query from: U, Your location, 04/18/04
Topic: COOKING      Submitted on: Ammas.com
what is Rye? What is it called in Hindi, Malayalam, or Tamil

Rate = 3.5 (Rated by 7 Council Members)
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Response from: katy subbu,   
Council Member on Ammas.com
Hi,

rye is a cereal grass (Secale cereale) widely cultivated for its grain. The grain of this plant, used in making flour and whiskey and for livestock feed. Whiskey made from the grains of this plant. This hardy annual cereal grass is widely cultivated in northern Europe where its grain is the chief ingredient of black bread and in North America for forage and soil improvement

Rate = 2.5 (Rated by 4 Council Members)

 
Response from: Usha Gurnani,   
Council Member on Ammas.com
Rye seeds itself is a hindi word, the English word for it is mustard seeds.

Rate = 2 (Rated by 3 Council Members)

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Response from: Keerthi Vadapalli,   
Council Member on Ammas.com
rye is not mustard seeds.

Rye - A hardy annual cereal grass related to wheat. Rye flour is often mixed with wheat flour to make rye breads. The seeds are used to make flour, malt liquors, whisky, and Holland gin. "Pumpernickel" is a heavy, dark bread made of rye flour. Source: http://www.nutribase.com/grains.sht…

Rye flour. Ground from whole rye berries, rye flour is sold in white-, medium-, and dark-colored varieties. The medium-colored flour is the one most commonly used to make delicious breads, rolls, and crackers. However, because of rye flour's low gluten content, it must be combined with other flours in order for the bread to rise properly. Source: http://www.breadmachinedigest.com/l…

Rye A plant that produces a dark grayish-brown cereal grain that has a very assertive and hearty flavor with a slightly bitter taste. Rye is available as whole kernels (berries), flakes, or processed flour. The rye berries have the outer hull removed, making then ready to be cooked, although they require longer cooking times than other grains. Soaking the berries overnight will decrease the cooking time. Rye berries are used in stews, rice, and vegetable stir-fries. Rye flakes will cook faster and can be used in a variety of dishes, such as soups and stews. Rye flour, which is very low in gluten, is available as dark, medium or light varieties, but most often food stores sell only a medium variety or at times, they may also have the stone-ground rye. Rye can be blended with wheat to create rye-wheat flour that decreases the strong flavor of the rye. Source: http://chichissalsa.com/recipe.asp?…

Rate = 3.5 (Rated by 4 Council Members)

 
Response from: Lalitha Nagarajan,   
Council Member on Ammas.com
Its mustard seeds actually. In tamil & malayalam its called kadugu,in hindi as "rai".

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