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Hertfordshire White

A form of wheat grown in Surrey and Hertfordshire, and the bread made from this.

The 1809 Agricultural Survey says that; "The ear is long and rather pointed, the chests are further distant than those of the former kinds the chaff is thin the grain is large and rather long the quality very good."

See: Muffins

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