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Are malt d'orges vegan?

Malt d'orges is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is malt d'orges?

Malt d'orges, also known as barley malt, is a key ingredient in the brewing process and adds a distinct flavor and color to beer. This ingredient is made by sprouting barley grains and then drying them, which converts the starches into sugars that can be used by yeast to ferment the beer. Malt d'orges is also used in the production of other fermented beverages like whiskey and vinegar, as well as in baking to add a rich, slightly sweet flavor to bread and other baked goods. Additionally, it contains several essential vitamins and minerals, making it a nutritious addition to many recipes.

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