Definition of white flour in English:

white flour

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noun

[mass noun]
Fine wheat flour, typically bleached, from which most of the bran and germ have been removed.
More example sentences
  • Small tarts would be made with a rich pastry of fine white flour, butter, sugar, saffron, and other good things, certainly meant to be eaten.
  • It's made of white flour plus some wheat bran and wheat germ - the two ingredients that are removed from whole-wheat flour when it's refined.
  • If you need to add more flour, add more white flour, not corn flour.

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