from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Designating, made of, or relating to, flour including a considerable part of the bran; whole-wheat.
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Broadbent and others, that this mineral matter is exceedingly valuable both as a nutrient, and because of its neutralising effect upon proteid wastes, and that it is because of this that flour made from the entire-wheat berry has very superior food value to that made from the berry minus the outer cuticles.
Analyses by Atwater show entire-wheat flour to contain twice as much mineral matter as white flour.
He therefore recommends white flour, (not superfine, but cheap-grade), in place of the entire-wheat.
Sift together one cup, each, of yellow corn meal, rye meal and entire-wheat flour, one teaspoonful of salt and three teaspoonfuls of soda.
Sandwiches prepared from entire-wheat bread, with fig or date fillings, are particularly wholesome for the children's luncheon basket.