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Are enriched wheat flours vegan?

Enriched wheat flours is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is enriched wheat flours?

Enriched wheat flour is a commonly used ingredient in baking and cooking. It is made by refining wheat grains and removing the bran and germ, which are the nutrient-rich parts of the grain. To make up for the lost nutrients, the flour is then fortified with vitamins and minerals such as iron, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, and folic acid. This makes it a great source of essential nutrients needed for a healthy diet. Enriched wheat flour has a fine texture and is used in a wide variety of foods including bread, pastries, cakes, and pasta. It is an affordable and versatile ingredient that has become a staple in many households.

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