white flour

noun

: a type of flour that is widely used in cooking, baking, etc., and that is made from wheat

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Recent Examples on the Web Examples include bread and pasta with white flour and white rice. Amanda MacMillan, Health, 24 Mar. 2024 Flour All-purpose white flour is commonly used for cookies as wheat gluten gives baked goods structure. Southern Living Editors, Southern Living, 21 Mar. 2024 The study found less weight gain among people who avoided: Foods made from refined grains, especially white flour products. Linda Carroll, NBC News, 29 Sep. 2023 Refined grains include bagels made from white flour. Cynthia Sass, Mph, Rd, Health, 18 Aug. 2023 For example, bread, crackers, and pasta made with refined white flour may settle your stomach.1 Toast is bland, low-fiber starchy food that does not irritate your stomach. Health Editorial Team, Health, 21 Aug. 2023 The largest contains marbled pink slices of roasted pork folded over two types of noodles: thin, soft yellow ones made from Japanese white flour, and thicker, darker ones made from nutty Kyoto wheat. Adam Erace, Travel + Leisure, 25 July 2023 While white flour is made from just the endosperm, whole-wheat flour is made by recombining the three parts after milling. Perri Ormont Blumberg, Southern Living, 20 July 2023 Brady has been known to steer clear of specific food groupings like white sugar, dairy, white flour, iodized salt and caffeine. Skyler Caruso, Peoplemag, 30 June 2023

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“White flour.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/white%20flour. Accessed 13 Apr. 2024.

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