[ UK /hˈə‍ʊlmi‍əl/ ]
  1. of or relating to or derived from wheat
    wheaten bread
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How To Use wholemeal In A Sentence

  • You can't really go wrong with a loaf of wholemeal organic bread, but as much as I love the UK I find it difficult to get remarkable fresh bread.
  • So she came up with recipes using brown rice, wholemeal pasta and other wholegrain carbs. The Sun
  • Ten minutes later, while attempting to spread peanut butter on crispbread, the packet leaped off the shelf and a thousand wholemeal arrows hailed down on me.
  • Using wholemeal flour increases the fibre content and lowers the GI. Times, Sunday Times
  • Wholemeal bread is more nutritious than white bread.
  • So, try wholemeal rather than white bread and fruit juice as opposed to squash.
  • Every day is different, but a typical spread might include soup served with chunks of wholemeal, a savoury Danish (a whorl of dough stuffed with pesto, tapenade, spinach and goats cheese), Dorset rarebit (with cider) or rustic open sandwiches (doorsteps of sourdough piled with hummus and salad) – all at £5.75. West Dorset's top 10 budget eats
  • Slower sugar-releasing breads such as 100 per cent wholemeal or whole rye bread would be a better bet.
  • There are still traces of the Volnay's cargo of munitions scattered about the hold areas: rusting steel warheads, balls of lead shot and sticks of cordite looking like wholemeal spaghetti.
  • In those days, the LibDems were (in the nicest possible way) regarded as slightly woolly and synonymous with wholemeal bread and unbleached linen.
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