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1. Flour Flour

Flour is made from wheat.
He bought flour and oil in quantity.
In 1835, a barrel of flour cost six dollars.
Soba is made of buckwheat flour, and udon and kishimen are made of plain wheat flour.
Coat the chicken breast with flour.
Could you hand me a bag of flour?
We import flour from America.
Grandma sprinkled flour on the rolling pin so the dough wouldn't stick to it.
Roux is made while cooking flour and butter together.
Whether a dough is a success only depends on the quality of the flour, never on Qdii's cooking skills.
About two million pounds of flour are exported annually.
When the mouse is satiated, the flour is bitter.
When you're at the supermarket, can you buy me some flour?
This always makes me feel awkward—it’s one thing to decline a handshake when my hands are covered with motor oil or pastry flour, but in the absence of visible contaminants, North Americans typically consider it an insult not to accept a handshake.
If ashes were flour and peat was bacon, we'd eat bacon pancakes every day.