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Ryan Is Revolutionizing Noodles!

News   Sep 02, 2019 | Original story from Washington State University.

 
Ryan Is Revolutionizing Noodles!

Shown from grain to bowl, WSU's newest spring wheat, Ryan, has developed a reputation as an outstanding main ingredient in fresh udon noodles. This is the first year that Ryan has been widely available to farmers. Credit: Shelly Hanks-WSU Photo Services.

 
 
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