Definition of 'wholemeal'

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Example sentences containing 'wholemeal'

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Two poached eggs on wholemeal toast with grilled tomatoes. The Sun (2010)You could make sandwiches using one slice of wholemeal and one white. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Choose wholemeal over white scones to boost the fibre content. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Try boiled or scrambled egg with a slice of wholemeal toast. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Serve with a slice of wholemeal toast and butter. The Sun (2013)Both rice and pasta come in wholemeal or white varieties. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Serve with a small toasted wholemeal pitta cut into strips. The Sun (2014)Have some wholegrain or wholemeal toast on the side. The Sun (2012)Sprinkle some wholemeal flour over it. Times, Sunday Times (2011)So she came up with recipes using brown rice, wholemeal pasta and other wholegrain carbs. The Sun (2006)They're also good sautéed with garlic and butter on a slice of wholemeal toast. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I have replaced all white grains with wholemeal grains. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Two poached eggs served with a grilled tomato, some grilled mushrooms and a slice of granary or wholemeal toast. The Sun (2013)You can cook the scrambled eggs in a small pan or in the microwave and serve with two slices of wholemeal toast and a grilled tomato. The Sun (2012)Using wholemeal flour increases the fibre content and lowers the GI. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Only eat good (wholemeal) grains in moderation. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Try wholemeal pasta - it's more nutritional. The Sun (2015)Mix in 250g wholemeal self-raising flour with a teaspoon of baking powder. The Sun (2014)Meanwhile, cook 80g of wholemeal pasta. The Sun (2014)For sale: one bag of pasta, wholemeal. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Dinner could be steak and home-cooked chips, or wholemeal pasta with a sauce. The Sun (2014)Cook 70g of wholemeal pasta, drain and return to the pan. The Sun (2011)Or I have two slices of wholemeal toast with sugar-free jam. The Sun (2010)

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Translations for 'wholemeal'

British English: wholemeal /ˈhəʊlˌmiːl/ ADJECTIVE
Wholemeal flour is made from the complete grain of the wheat plant, including the outer part. Wholemeal bread or pasta is made from wholemeal flour.
...a slice of wholemeal toast.
  • American English: wholewheat
  • Arabic: مِنْ دَقِيقٍ أَسْمَر
  • Brazilian Portuguese: farinha integral
  • Chinese: 全麦的
  • Croatian: integralni
  • Czech: celozrnný
  • Danish: fuldkorns-
  • Dutch: volkoren
  • European Spanish: integral
  • Finnish: täysjyvä-
  • French: complet céréales
  • German: Vollkorn-
  • Greek: ολικής άλεσης
  • Italian: integrale
  • Japanese: 全粒小麦の
  • Korean: 통밀가루의
  • Norwegian: helkorns
  • Polish: razowy
  • European Portuguese: farinha integral
  • Romanian: făină integrală
  • Russian: из непросеянной муки
  • Spanish: integral
  • Swedish: fullkorns-
  • Thai: ซึ่งไม่ได้เอารำข้าวสาลีออก
  • Turkish: kepekli undan yapılmış
  • Ukrainian: борошно з висівками
  • Vietnamese: bột chưa dây


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