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Are tarwegries vegan?

Tarwegries is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tarwegries?

Tarwegries is a versatile and nutritious food ingredient that is derived from wheat grains. It is a type of coarsely ground flour that is commonly used in Dutch cuisine for making traditional dishes such as bread, pastries, and pancakes. Tarwegries is rich in fiber, protein, and essential minerals, making it a healthy addition to any diet. Its unique texture adds a pleasant crunch to baked goods, while its nutty flavor enhances the taste of savory dishes. With its numerous health benefits and culinary possibilities, tarwegries is a must-try ingredient for anyone looking to explore new flavors and textures in their cooking.

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