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Are barley flakes vegan?

Barley flakes is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is barley flakes?

Barley flakes are a wholesome and nutritious ingredient that is made by flattening and steaming whole barley grains. These flakes are high in dietary fiber, protein, and essential minerals such as iron, magnesium, and zinc. Barley flakes have a nutty, earthy flavor and a satisfyingly chewy texture. They are commonly used in breakfast cereals, porridges, and granolas, but they can also be added to soups and stews as a thickening agent or used as a base for veggie burgers. With their numerous health benefits and versatility in the kitchen, barley flakes are an excellent choice for anyone looking to add some variety to their meals.

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