15 Up-and-Coming Trends About how to say flour in spanish

For those of you who don’t know what flour is, this is the term used to describe any of the ingredients in bread, flour tortillas, or pasta that have the consistency of flour. I am a big fan of using the term “flour” because it gives me the information I need to know how to describe what I am talking about.

So if you want to describe what it is to eat bread, you can say “lo mejor” or “un pimentón” for example. But if you want to describe what it is to eat pasta, you can just say “un pastérito” (un pasta). This is a little tricky because flour is a liquid, which means when you say flour it has to be a liquid.

You can also say un duro, which means “liquid.” But I would rather say flour, because it is not a liquid. So the way to say flour is un duro, which is liquid.

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