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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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It has more than four-and-a-half times the fiber of refined white flours.
The only breads we found with whole-grain white flour as the first ingredient--Arnold's or Brownberry's line of Whole Grain Country White--had refined white flour (from red wheat) as the second.
Healthy Choice's new flour is made with 30 percent Ultragrain flour blended with an enriched refined white flour.
Refined white flour is also the main grain in Arnold Bran'nola Nutty Grains, Oroweat Light 9 Grain, Pepperidge Farm Hearty Crunchy Oat, Roman Meal 12 Grain, and dozens of other nutritious-sounding breads.
Original Bran'nola, for example, has more refined white flour than any other grain.
Researchers found kids given a chance to eat pizza and other popular foods made with Ultragrain, and the same foods made with refined white flour, consumed as much or more of the Ultragrain foods.
Refined white flour is also the main grain in Roman Meal Sun Grain with Oat Bran Bread.
Wonder's Light White, Italian, Soft French, and Sourdough are made of refined white flour.
Each contains more water, refined white flour, oil, and sugar than oat bran.
So he and his colleagues compared oat bran to a mixture of cream of wheat and refined white flour, which are low in both fat and fiber.