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Common names and forms

  1. Multigrain wheat


Multigrain is a combination of two or more grains that include barley, oats, wheat, soya, maize, channa, and ragi. These grains can be milled into flour which can be used as multigrain atta(as a substitute for regular wheat flour) for chapattis and parathas. The flour can be used for making multigrain bread, pancakes, ladoos and baked crackers. Multigrain food products are loaded with nutrients, considered good for the digestive system(as they are high in fiber) and also very helpful in weight loss as well.

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