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A cross between wheat and rye. It was developed in the mid 1870's when a Scottish botanist, A, Stephen Wilson, managed to produce an artificial cross between the two species. The flavour resembles strong 'nutty' wheat. It's now used to make bread and breakfast cereals.

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