white flour

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Etymology[edit]

The U.S. standard of identity comes from 21CFR137.105.

Noun[edit]

white flour ‎(uncountable)

  1. Refined flour made solely of the endosperm of the grain, i.e. without germ and bran, often chemically whitened.
  2. (US standard of identity) exact synonym of flour

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