In reality, Sooji or semolina or Rava is the granular form of maida- a polished grain; their nutritional contents being the same.
A whole grain is made up of four main parts-
During milling, the fiber rich bran layer is removed but the germ which is also attached to the bran gets ripped off. Thereby, the grain looses its fiber and nutrition leaving mainly the endosperm- the starch rich part without the goodness of the grain. The further grinding of this yields maida however, the grinding of the whole grain yields atta. The granular form of the endosperm is called Sooji (Semolina/Rava).
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