Flour, meal, or grain used in the baking of bread.(noun)
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Use "breadstuff" in a sentence
"In most cases the runaway breadstuff is simpler than a gingerbread man: it’s a “thick, fat pancake” in the earliest printed version (from Germany in 1854), a “wee bunnock” in an early Scottish version, a johnny-cake in a tale from the American South."
"Page 49 steered for St. Catharines to obtain Farina, a kind of breadstuff used mostly by the slaves."
"Hot cross buns are a festive food, rather than a common or garden breadstuff, and they deserve to be treated as such."