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Is centeio vegan?

Centeio is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is centeio?

Centeio, also known as rye, is a cereal grain with a robust, earthy flavor profile. Rich in dietary fiber, protein, and essential nutrients such as magnesium and phosphorus, centeio is a versatile ingredient commonly used in bread-making and brewing. Its gluten content is lower than wheat, making it a popular alternative for those with gluten sensitivities. Centeio flour can be used to make hearty loaves of bread, crackers, and even pasta. In brewing, centeio can be used to make rye beer or used as a flavoring agent in whiskey. Its distinct flavor and health benefits make centeio a valuable addition to any pantry.

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