Translation of rye in Spanish:

rye

centeno, n.

Pronunciation /raɪ//rʌɪ/

noun

  • 1

    (plant, grain)
    centeno masculine
    • Annual cover crops such as vetch, triticale, rye, winter wheat or Austrian winter peas should be sown in mid-September.
    • Monotony came from the self-sufficiency of small farms; since bread was the staple food, most farms grew wheat, along with other cereals like rye, oat, buckwheat, maize and barley.
    • There is evidence from 4000 BC in the Swiss lake habitations that the people made it from barley and rye flour.
    • In a large bowl, combine the plain white and rye flours with the soda and soft brown sugar.
    • Look for oatmeal, barley, brown rice, rye flakes and wheat germ.
    • Although the thought of grass conjures up notions of farm food and lawn mowing, cereal grasses such as wheat, barley, oat, rye and kamut are non-toxic and likely the healthiest foods on earth.
    • For example, multi-grain bagels, rye crackers, brown rice and oatmeal fuel muscles and protect against cancer, diabetes and heart disease.
    • Avoid barley, corn, oats, rye, and wheat; many people experience congestion, poor digestion, and other symptoms when they eat these grains.
    • Meanwhile, the WWI recipe substitutes equal amounts corn and rye flour for wheat products.
    • But people eat seven-grain bread with wheat and rye in it every day.
    • Greenbugs feed on a variety of grass crops, including wheat, oats, barley, rye and sorghum.
    • We know that they grew wheat, rye, oats and barley.
    • Cereals include wheat, rice, barley, oats, rye, maize, millet, and sorghum, all of which have been used as food since prehistoric times, and cultivated since antiquity.
    • The product is whole grain if the first ingredient is whole grain, whole wheat or rye (plain wheat flour is not whole grain).
    • The basis of the Mordvin economy was cereal agriculture, and the staples of the Mordvin diet were bread made from rye flour, as well as oats and barley.
    • Wheat, barley, rice, rye, oats, millet and corn are the world's top food crops.
    • This usually entails lifelong avoidance of all cereals containing gluten, including wheat, oats, rye and barley.
    • The developing grain head on all small grains (winter wheat, rye, triticale, barley) is located just above the highest stem node of the plant.
    • It certainly lends itself more to toasting than the close-textured rye breads, staple food in much of northern Europe.
    • Bread made from rye flour with all the bran removed is pale grey.
  • 2also rye bread

    pan de centeno masculine
  • 3also rye whiskey

    whisky de centeno masculine