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Are whole oat flakes vegan?

Whole oat flakes is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is whole oat flakes?

Whole oat flakes are a versatile and nutritious food ingredient that can add texture, flavor, and health benefits to a wide range of dishes. Made from whole oat groats that have been steamed, rolled, and flattened, these flakes retain all of the natural goodness of the whole grain, including fiber, protein, and complex carbohydrates. They have a nutty, slightly sweet flavor and a hearty, chewy texture that works well in everything from oatmeal and granola to baked goods and savory dishes. Whole oat flakes are a great source of energy and can help support digestive health, heart health, and overall wellness.

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