Wheat vs. corn, the difference
Grainwhich comes from Latin grainthat is grainis synonymous with wheat. It is the generic name of the different species and varieties of plants of the gender Triticum of the grass family, whose cultivation dates back to prehistoric times. These are annual plants grown for kernels (the fruits of cereals) intended for human consumption, and for pagliaused in various ways: as food and bedding for livestock, for the extraction of cellulose, for the preparation of paper and, more rarely, fuel.
What is the distinction between durum wheat (o forte) e Wheat? The former is well suited to hot and dry regionshas elongated, shiny and gluten-rich kernels, which provide a flour used above all for the manufacture of pasta. The second is better adapted to the climate of temperate regionshas opaque grains rich in starch, excellent for cooking baking.