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Protein Enriched Ragi Flakes

  title={Protein Enriched Ragi Flakes},
  author={R. VarshaKeerthi and S. Pavani},
Ready-to-eat (RTE) breakfast cereals [1,2] are processed grain formulations suitable for human consumption [3] without further cooking in the home. They are relatively shelf-stable, lightweight, and convenient to ship and store. They are made primarily from corn, wheat, oats, or rice, in about that order of the quantities produced, usually with added flavor and fortifying ingredients. Hot breakfast cereals, on the other hand, are made primarily from oats or wheat; those made from corn or rice… Expand
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