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A wheat field in Iowa.

Wheat was a type of grain cultivated on numerous planets, commonly used for flour, and also often fermented to make alcohol.

History and specifics

Quadrotriticale was a hybrid of wheat and rye. (TOS episode: "The Trouble with Tribbles", TAS episode: "More Tribbles, More Troubles")

In 2273, Q visualized the Q Continuum as a wheat farm for the Willard Decker/Ilia probe/V'Ger cosmic entity. (TOS - Waypoint - Special comic: "Consider Eternity")

Bajoran wheat was a key crop in Bajor's Rakantha Province. In 2374, floods destroyed two-thirds of the wheat harvest. (DS9 episode: "The Reckoning")

In 2380, social worker Tawna Zelemka commented that the orphans she cared for could eat wheat paste (flour and water) if they weren't supplied with Starfleet rations. Reporter Ozla Graniv was tempted to reply that wheat paste would have been preferable. (ST novel: Articles of the Federation)

Gault wheat was considered by some Klingon chefs as the best type for making jInjoq bread. (ST novel: A Singular Destiny)

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