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Flour is cereal grinded in a grinder or, as in the olden days, between two slabs of stone. Wheat is the most common kind of flour, used for many kinds of bread, cakes and pasta. You can also produce flour out of maize, rye, rice, buckwheat, oat, spelt and potatoes.
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