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whole-grain

Syllabification: whole-grain

Definition of whole-grain in English:

adjective

Made with or containing whole unprocessed grain: whole-grain cereals
More example sentences
  • He advised her to eat more fruit, salads and wholegrain cereals and wholegrain bread.
  • Foods rich in B vitamins are green leafy vegetables, wholegrain breads and cereals, nuts, legumes and lean meats.
  • Flavour the mash with a couple of tablespoons of wholegrain mustard or herbs such as chives and basil.

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