Volume 125 | March 2020
NEW Online Programming During COVID-19
We appreciate the kind feedback on our decision to postpone our Whole Grains Council Conference to 2021 in light of the uncertainty surrounding COVID-19. While we will miss seeing you in person this September, we invite you to engage with us online or on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter

In the meantime, we are launching a webinar series to tide you over with the latest whole grain research, which can be viewed from the comfort and safety of your own home. We also have plenty of whole grain recipes to share, many of which are adaptable based on the foods you have in your pantry. Learn more throughout this issue!
Take the Whole Grain Sampling Day Challenge at Home This Week!
We took Whole Grain Sampling Day online this year. You can still join the challenge by choosing one of three whole grain recipes to make and enjoy this week. Check out the recipes at the link below, then show us how you #SampleWholeGrains!
Wheat Sensitivities: Sorting Fact from Fiction (Webinar 4/15 at 3pm ET)
In this session, Dr. Lisa Kissing Kucek will explain the differences between ancient, heritage and modern wheats and how they may impact immunoreactive compounds. This session will also explore which processing methods show promise with regards to wheat sensitivities, and provide tips for producing healthy whole grain foods that people with different health needs can all enjoy.
How to Make Use of the Unusual Grains Left at the Grocery Store
Staple foods like brown rice and whole wheat pasta are wiped out at grocery stores across the country, forcing many of us to branch out beyond our usual cooking routine and give some lesser-known grain foods a try. If you find yourself with wheat berries instead of rice, or amaranth instead of oatmeal, you've come to the right place! 
Easy Whole Grain Pantry Recipes
If you have an egg, whole grain bread crumbs, and sardines, then a hearty and healthy meal is only a few minutes away. So delicious and simple, this recipe is pantry cooking at its finest.

An Oldways recipe
Mix and match the beans and veggies you have on hand to make these flavor-forward burrito bowls featuring quinoa, March's Whole Grain of the Month . No black beans? Try pinto beans. No pineapple? Try peaches. 

An Oldways recipe
During this challenging time, many Americans are finding comfort through "distracti-baking." This is one of the three recipes in our Whole Grain Sampling Day recipe challenge . After you make this recipe, show us the results using #SampleWholeGrains!

An Oldways recipe
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