Kitchen Guide

Whole Grains

whole grains = berries = groats Notes: These are grains that are either unprocessed or stripped only of their tough outer hulls. By themselves, whole grains are bland, so it's best to combine them with more assertive ingredients. It also helps to toast the grains before cooking them--this boosts their flavor and speeds up the cooking a bit.

Winged Beans

It bears a pod which in cross section looks like a rectangle that has a fringe-like extension at each corner, the "wings" of the bean.

Water Chest Nuts

These white-fleshed roots of a variety of water grass are prized for their semi-sweet taste and crisp texture, which is retained when cooked. They are used throughout China and Southeast Asia in both savory and sweet dishes. Available canned and sometimes fresh; cut off the woody base, peel away papery skin, and cover in water to stop discoloring.

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