What is sorghum?

Answer sorghum is a cereal grass with broad corn like leaves and a tall stem that's bears the grain in a dense terminal cluster.

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Can sorghum go bad?

On One Hand: Bacteria Cannot Grow in SorghumBacteria cannot grow in sorghum, according to the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture and the University of Tennessee. High concentrations of s... Read More »

What is sorghum flour?

Sorghum flour is a whole grain, gluten-free flour derived from sorghum or milo. The Whole Grains Council states that a whole grain "contains all the essential parts and naturally occurring nutrient... Read More »

What is sorghum made of?

Sorghum is a cereal grain cultivated as food for both humans and livestock. Edible products made from sorghum include sorghum syrup (made from a high-sugar sorghum variety) as well as hot cereals, ... Read More »

What is white sorghum?

Sorghum is a member of the cereal grain family Gramineae. A tall grass, sorghum is similar to corn in many ways, except its grain grows in a panicle, or cluster, rather than an ear. White sorghum i... Read More »