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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