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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.
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'''Amydoun''' is [[wheat]] soaked in [[water]], cooked in water, strained, left to settle, then drained and dried. It is an ingredient in [[medieval]] [[recipe]]s, often used interchangeably with rice flour, apparently as a thickener.

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Amydoun is wheat soaked in water, cooked in water, strained, left to settle, then drained and dried. It is an ingredient in medieval recipes, often used interchangeably with rice flour, apparently as a thickener.