Whole wheat flour

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Whole wheat flour

Whole-wheat flour (in the US) or wholemeal flour (in the UK) is a type of wheat flour. It is made by grinding or mashing whole grain wheat kernels, also known as wheatberry. Whole-wheat flour is used for baking breads and other baked goods, sometimes mixed with regular wheat flour.

White whole wheat flour[change | change source]

In the United States, white whole-wheat flour is milled from hard white spring wheat and has the bran and germ.[1] In the United Kingdom and India whole-wheat flour is more commonly made from white wheat instead of hard winter red wheat, unlike the United States

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  1. Prakash, Sheela (2016-10-22). "What's the Difference Between Whole-Wheat and White Whole-Wheat Flour?". The kitchn. Retrieved 2019-11-23.

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