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Is atta flour vegan?

Atta flour is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is atta flour?

Atta flour is a type of whole wheat flour that is commonly used in Indian and Pakistani cuisine. It is made from hard durum wheat, which is high in protein and gluten. The flour has a slightly nutty flavor and a brownish color due to the presence of bran and germ. Atta flour is often used to make traditional flatbreads such as chapati, roti, and paratha. It is a healthier alternative to refined wheat flour, as it retains most of the wheat's nutrients and fiber. Atta flour is also becoming increasingly popular in Western countries as a nutritious and flavorful option for baking bread and pastries.

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