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Are farines vegan?

Farines is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is farines?

Farines is a French word that translates to "flours" in English. This versatile ingredient is a crucial component in many culinary recipes, ranging from classic baked goods to savory dishes. Farines are derived from various sources, such as wheat, rice, corn, and other grains, and are processed through grinding to create fine powders. Each type of flour has unique characteristics, such as protein content, gluten levels, and flavor, making it ideal for specific dishes. The wide variety of farines available provides a range of textures and tastes to cater to individual preferences, dietary restrictions, and culinary needs.

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