- sem·o·li·na (s m -l n ). n. The gritty coarse particles of wheat left after the finer flour has passed through a bolting machine, used for pasta.
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- This standard applies to durum wheat semolina, including whole durum wheat to durum wheat flour or semolina for non-food industrial or animal feed use. 2.
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- N. semolina reduces nitrate to nitrite but is otherwise biochemically inert; this includes the lack of In all the phylogenetic trees constructed, N.
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- In the just released first quarter results, sales of the company's bread flour, semolina and whole wheat maintained strong performance.
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- But be sure to save room for the delicious semolina and coconut cake called basbousa; it's outrageous.
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- Taylor said as recently as the late 1980s and early 1990s, the mill was producing about 90 percent semolina from durum wheat and about 10 percent flour from spring wheat.
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- They have some unique items as well, like the Godfather, just one of the many types of Italian subs that can be ordered on a “Full Size Loaf of Semolina!,” boasts the menu ($11.95).
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- Cut the dough into 4 separate pieces, and sprinkle the counter with some of the semolina flour. With your hands, roll the dough into a long tube just as if you were making mud worms like a child. They should be about 1/2-inch in diameter.
- Semolina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Semolina is the coarse, purified wheat middlings of durum wheat used in making pasta, and also used for breakfast cereals and puddings.
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- Semolina Pasta Flour - Bob's Red Mill
- Semolina, made from the finest durum wheat, is commonly used to make pasta, but it also makes a magnificent loaf of bread.
- Semolina - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
- the purified middlings of hard wheat (as durum) used especially for pasta (as macaroni or spaghetti).
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