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Reviewed Wheatberry Salad

Mar 24, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

I took a cue from those who suggested soaking the wheatberries overnight, and by the next morning, they had absorbed all the water and had "opened"! They were perfectly tender, with just a hint of "chewiness" to them. Didn't need to boil them at all! But I did read on the back of the package that the company "parboils" the wheatberries before...

Reviewed Wheatberry Salad

Mar 24, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

I took a cue from those who suggested soaking the wheatberries overnight, and by the next morning, they had absorbed all the water and had "opened"! They were perfectly tender, with just a hint of "chewiness" to them. Didn't need to boil them at all, which meant none of the nutrients were left behind!

To the ingredients listed...

Reviewed Wheatberry Salad

Mar 24, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

I took a cue from those who suggested soaking the wheatberries overnight, and by the next morning, they had absorbed all the water and had "opened"! They were perfectly tender, with just a hint of "chewiness" to them. Didn't need to boil them at all, which meant none of the nutrients were left behind!

To the ingredients listed...

Reviewed Wheatberry Salad

Mar 24, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

I took a cue from those who suggested soaking the wheatberries overnight, and by the next morning, they had absorbed all the water and had "opened"! They were perfectly tender, with just a hint of "chewiness" to them. Didn't need to boil them at all, which meant none of the nutrients were left behind!

To the ingredients listed...

Reviewed Wheatberry Salad

Mar 24, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

I took a cue from those who suggested soaking the wheatberries overnight, and by the next morning, they had absorbed all the water and had "opened"! They were perfectly tender, with just a hint of "chewiness" to them. Didn't need to boil them at all, which meant none of the nutrients were left behind!

To the ingredients listed...

Reviewed Wheatberry Salad

Mar 24, 2011 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

I took a cue from those who suggested soaking the wheatberries overnight, and by the next morning, they had absorbed all the water and had "opened"! They were perfectly tender, with just a hint of "chewiness" to them. Didn't need to boil them at all, which meant none of the nutrients were left behind!

I added diced celery and...

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