Wheat and its products
Milling and grinding the whole wheat grain provides different grades of flours to be used in cooking.
Whole-wheat when processed gives broken-wheat (dalia)It is made by milling wheat grains coarsely. Wheat is cleaned and husked and then processed to the required size. It is highly nutritious as it does not undergo refining.
Futher processing gives Semolina (rawa). Semolina is a very gritty, coarse type of flour, usually made from purified wheat middlings of durum wheat and still further the whole wheat grain when ground with the skin and germ yields brownish flour called atta or whole wheat flour.