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a type of bread that consists of a mixture of enriched white flour and whole-wheat flour.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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We now have white whole
, now is the time for another rice breakthrough.
It should be remembered, in speaking of
as perfect food, that it must be made of flour rich in gluten.
She started eating whole-
instead of white and limited herself to no more than two slices a day.
Sandwiches can come with the crust cut off, white or
, crunchy or smooth peanut butter.
Choose natural whole-grain products such as
and brown rice instead of carbohydrates such as white bread and pasta.
Dessert is often served as well, and might consist of
with fruit jelly.
Enriched white bread has more than twice the amount of folic acid as whole-
is a source of energy that contains the food elements essential for the growth, health and upkeep of a human body.
Brown rice, soft corn or whole wheat tortillas for whole
Rice bread may be an alternative for those who are sensitive to, and cannot adequately absorb nutrients from
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