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  • v. to remove the hull (covering of a seed or fruit)


de- +‎ hull (Wiktionary)


  • Many consumers decorticate (dehull) the grain before grinding it into various particle sizes for use in different products.

    4. Pearl Millet

  • Post Production Research Reducing the labor to dehull and to grind grain is obviously a vital need.

    2. Finger Millet

  • Sesame seeds were soaked overnight and pounded in a mortar to dehull.

    22 Nutrition and Safety Considerations

  • (Mature seeds are more difficult to dehull by this process, since the cotyledons swell and press firmly against the hull.)

    3 Food Use and Nutritive Value


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