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Is arrowroot flour vegan?

Arrowroot flour is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is arrowroot flour?

Arrowroot flour is a gluten-free, nutrient-dense flour made from the rhizomes of the arrowroot plant. With a fine, powdery texture and neutral flavor, it's a versatile ingredient for baking, thickening sauces, and binding ingredients in recipes. Arrowroot flour is an excellent alternative to cornstarch, as it is easier to digest and has a higher nutritional profile. It is rich in potassium, calcium, and iron, and is also known for its anti-inflammatory properties. When used in baking, arrowroot flour yields a light and fluffy texture, making it a favorite among gluten-free and paleo bakers alike.

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