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'''Amydoun''' is white [[flour]] soaked in [[water]] which is allowed to settle, then drained and dried. It is an ingredient in [[medieval]] [[recipe]]s.
Amydoun
 
 
white flour soaked in water, allowed to settle then drained and dried
 

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Amydoun is white flour soaked in water which is allowed to settle, then drained and dried. It is an ingredient in medieval recipes.