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Is a-wheat flour vegan?

A-wheat flour is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is a-wheat flour?

A-wheat flour, also known as all-purpose flour, is a versatile ingredient commonly used in baking and cooking. Made from a blend of hard and soft wheat, it has a moderate protein content that provides structure and texture to baked goods while remaining tender. A-wheat flour is perfect for making bread, cakes, pastries, and even savory dishes like fried chicken or tempura. It has a neutral flavor that doesn't overpower other ingredients, making it a staple in many kitchens. A must-have ingredient for any home baker or cook, a-wheat flour is a reliable choice for all your culinary needs.

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