semolina

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Italian semolino

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semolina (usually uncountable, plural semolinas)

  1. Coarse grains produced at an intermediate stage of wheat flour milling.
  2. Such grains, usually from durum or hard wheat, used in the preparation of couscous and various sweet dishes.
  3. semolina pudding

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