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Are wholewheat flakes vegan?

Wholewheat flakes is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is wholewheat flakes?

Wholewheat flakes are a nutritious and flavorful ingredient made from whole wheat kernels that have been flattened and lightly toasted. Unlike refined wheat flakes, which have been stripped of their nutrient-rich bran and germ layers, wholewheat flakes retain all the goodness of the whole grain. They are a good source of fiber, protein, and complex carbohydrates, making them a great addition to breakfast cereals, granolas, and baked goods. With their satisfying crunch and nutty taste, wholewheat flakes add both texture and flavor to a wide range of recipes, while also providing a healthy boost of energy to start your day.

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