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How does semolina flour compare to whole wheat flour?

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Semolina flour is higher in carbs than whole wheat flour. Whole wheat refers to the entire wheat kernel, including the bran, germ and endosperm. Semolina, or durum flour, is made from only the endosperm. Specifically, one cup of whole wheat flour contains 87 grams of carbs while one cup of semolina flour contains 122 grams.

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