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Is cebada de malta vegan?

Cebada de malta is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cebada de malta?

Cebada de malta, also known as malted barley, is a key ingredient in the brewing industry. The process of malting involves soaking barley grains in water, then allowing them to germinate and dry to activate their enzymes. This produces a sweet, nutty flavor and breaks down the starches into fermentable sugars for yeast to consume during fermentation. Malted barley is used not only in beer production but also in whiskey, bread, and other baked goods. Its distinctive aroma and taste add depth and complexity to any recipe it's used in.

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