Wednesday, November 30, 2016

This Week: BOOK SALE CONTINUES + Photography on the podcast (part 1) + wheat/whole wheat

wheat/whole wheat
Waiters routinely ask, “Wheat or white?” when bread is ordered, but the white bread is also made of wheat. The correct term is “whole wheat,” in which the whole grain, including the bran and germ, has been used to make the flour. “Whole wheat” does not necessarily imply that no white flour has been used in the bread; most whole wheat breads incorporate some white flour.


End-of-year sale: Get the book for just $15 through the end of the year (free shipping within the US).

On the podcast this week, we take a holiday from our usual language-centered discussion to talk about photography.

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