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flour in Cooking topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishflourflour1 /flaʊə $ flaʊr/ ●●● S3 W3 noun [uncountable]  DFCa powder that is made by crushing wheat or other grain and that is used for making bread, cakes etcwhite/wholemeal/rice/wheat etc flour plain flour, self-raising flour
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flourAdd flour, seasoned salt, pepper and garlic.Stir in enough additional flour to make soft dough.They said the protesters let off stink bombs and covered four players with eggs and flour.Add a little extra flour if necessary. 3.When thick and mousse-like, fold in the sifted flour and salt.In a small bowl, combine sugar, flour, salt, cinnamon and nutmeg.Mix the flour and sugar.white/wholemeal/rice/wheat etc flourRecently it started selling beer, wine, coffee and white flour.The refined carbohydrates - white flour, rice and pasta - should be replaced by wholemeal versions.The mill has been restored and can be seen grinding wholemeal flour on weekdays and Sunday afternoons between Easter and October.Many people react adversely to gluten, present in wheat flour.The combination of one-third wheat to two-thirds white flour makes a light, crackly, and satisfying loaf.As this is not always available, I've used wheat flour.Add whole wheat flour and all-purpose flour and stir.There are also recipes that use only whole wheat flour yet yield a fairly light loaf.