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Transformation Tuesday: Soybeans

By Jessica Domel If you take medication, bake, eat salad or cereal, soybeans play a role in your life. Not only are the beans used to make items like soy cheese and milk, they’re also used in a wide spectrum of other products. Soybean oil, for example, is used to make margarine, salad dressing and [...]

Transformation Tuesday: From field to fabric

By Jessica Domel Take a drive through the Plains of Texas this time of year and you're bound to find a field or two of white, fluffy cotton. I was fortunate the other day to visit a Texas family harvesting their cotton. There, they told me about the amazing transformation cotton goes through to get [...]

November 10, 2015|Categories: Cotton, Featured, Texas Agriculture|Tags: , , , , |2 Comments

Transformation Tuesday: Wheat field to kitchen table

By Michelle Hochstein Fresh bread, warm from the oven. Cereal, morning or midnight. Flour to bake a cake. Noodles for spaghetti. What do all of these have in common? Wheat. It’s the primary grain used in foods we love to eat. Pastries. Crackers. And don’t forget tortillas. In fact, about three-quarters of all U.S. grain-based [...]