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flour

[L. flos, flower]
Finely ground meal obtained from wheat or other grain; any soft fine powder.
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Using crust as the basis for comparisons, the scientists found that the largest difference in volatiles occurred between refined flour bread and whole wheat bread.
Ultragrain White Whole Wheat Flour has 100 percent whole grain nutrition with the taste, texture and appearance of refined flour.
Yet its cheese and (often) red meat are high in saturated fat, and its crust is a load of refined flour.
Natural colours can also be made at home by mixing red sandalwood powder with refined flour or whole wheat flour.
Peterson and colleagues explain that whole wheat flour includes all three layers of the grain - bran, germ and endosperm - while refined flour is mostly endosperm.
This is a soft, fluffy white disk of refined flour enriched with milk and yogurt and studded with sesame seeds.
With refined flour on the outside and high-fructose com syrup on the inside, these cereal bars are only healthy in theory.
POPCORN itself is a nutritious snack, containing more fibre than snacks made with refined flour.
Consumers can easily replace a portion of their refined flour in recipes ranging from cookies, biscuits and rolls to crispy-baked or fried chicken, as families transition to higher levels of whole grain consumption.
Sautoy all ingredients, add water and refined flour.
Slater gets to talk to a celeb, makes some of their favourite dishes, and by the magic of oil, nuts, refined flour and fancy white plates, he works out what type of person they are and narrates their biography in light of it.
Unfortunately, bread is mostly baked from refined flour devoid of the nutrients and protective factors present in the outer layers of grains.