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Are cereal grains vegan?

Cereal grains is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cereal grains?

Cereal grains are an essential ingredient in many of the world's most beloved foods. They include grains like wheat, corn, rice, oats, and barley, which are used in bread, pasta, cereals, and countless other products. Cereal grains are packed with nutrients like fiber, protein, and carbohydrates, making them an important part of a healthy diet. These grains are also incredibly versatile, capable of being ground into flour, boiled, roasted, or even popped for use in a variety of dishes. Whether you're making a hearty soup or a delicious breakfast cereal, cereal grains are a key ingredient to have on hand in the kitchen.

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