What is durum wheat flour, and how does it differ from other flour?
Durum hoc, sed perdura, nec cede malis sed contra audentior ito.
Three-fourths of the Nation's durum, a hardy wheat used in the making of macaroni, is raised here.
The durum or macaroni wheats do especially well; but other varieties are also grown, as are oats, rye, barley and spelt.
Macaroni Flour is made from durum wheat, according to Saunders a variety of hard, spring wheat.
Durum wheats are not generally considered as valuable for bread making as other hard wheat.
Virtually all wheat grown in the country is a hard red winter wheat of good quality, somewhat softer than durum wheat.
Cultivation of durum wheat has been almost completely abandoned because of its low yield.