(of wheat or other grain) ground between millstones, especially those made of burstone, so as to retain the whole of the grain and preserve nutritional content.
Origin of stone-ground
First recorded in 1900–05
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To make perfect buckwheat cakes you must first of all obtain a stone-ground flour, and then it must be blended in proportion.Mrs. Wilson's Cook Book
Mary A. Wilson