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Semolina, rava, and sooji are three names of the same flour obtained by granulating wheat. The word Semolina is Italian in origin while sooji is the word used for it in North India and Pakistan. Rava is the name for semolina in south India. ... Rava is used to make idlis, rava dosa, uttapam, and upma in south India.Wheat is the grain most commonly used to make flour. Certain varieties may be referred to as "clean" or "white". Flours contain differing levels of the protein gluten. "Strong flour" or "hard flour" has a higher gluten content than "weak" or "soft" flour.The most common varieties of flour are made from wheat although any grain can be made into flour, including rice, oats, corn or barley.flour is also great for making cookies, biscuits, and quick breads.