One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Flour made from dried split peas.
- ‘As white pea flour begins to fall onto Searle's head, followed by a steady stream of water, she sits stoic and unflinching.’
- ‘According to Shipperbottom, mustard in the 1850s rarely contained more than 20% real mustard seed, the rest being wheat or pea flour, linseed meal, and plaster of Paris, coloured with turmeric and spiced with cayenne pepper.’
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