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Dredge
   means   
Sprinkle Evenly With Dry Ingredients Like Sugar or Flour
Dredgers are containers with holes in the lid or spoons with holes in the bowl, to produce an even sprinkle. Not quite a synonym for 'dust', dredge usually refers to the top of a food being sprinkled.
Dust
   means   
Sprinkle Evenly With Dry Ingredients Like Sugar or Flour
Before or after cooking. Coat meatballs with flour before cooking e.g. coat chocolate truffles with fine grated chocolate and spices as a final touch.
Gluten
   means   
Protein Formed when Hard Wheat Flour is Moistened and Agitated
Gluten is what gives yeast dough its characteristic elasticity.
Flour
   in Italian is   
Farina
Laddu
   are   
Flour Balls Dipped in Sugar Syrup
Póre
   is the elvish word for   
Flour
Flour
   in Spanish is   
Harina
Flour
   in Filipino is   
Harina
Aleuromancy
   is divination by   
Using Flour or Meal
Pablo Neruda
   said   
"Peace Goes Into the Making of a Poem As Flour Goes Into the Making of Bread"
Chilean poet, diplomat and politician. Won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1971
Béchamel
   is the French for   
Sauce of Flour, Butter and Milk
Adam Smith
   said   
"No Society Can Surely Be Flourishing and Happy of Which the Far Greater Part of the Members Are Poor and Miserable"
Scottish moral philosopher and a pioneer of political economy
Coat
   means   
Evenly Cover Food With Flour, Crumbs or a Batter
Maxwell
   's clan motto is   
"I Flourish Again"
Rince
   is the elvish word for   
Flourish






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