Wheat can be turned into ethanol, a biofuel which is produced from the fermentation of the wheat stock. Although ethanol is commonly produced from corn or sugarcane, wheat has the potential to serve as an alternative fuel. Attached is an article about Britain’s efforts to produce biofuel from wheat products.
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