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Is chick pea flour vegan?

Chick pea flour is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is chick pea flour?

Chickpea flour, also known as gram flour or besan, is a gluten-free and protein-rich flour made from ground chickpeas. This versatile ingredient has a nutty and slightly bitter taste, making it perfect for both sweet and savory dishes. In Indian cuisine, chickpea flour is a staple ingredient used in dishes like pakoras and chilla, while in Italian cuisine, it is used to make socca, a savory pancake. Chickpea flour is also a great alternative to wheat flour in baking, providing a unique flavor and texture to cakes and breads. With its high nutritional value and versatility, chickpea flour is a must-have in any kitchen.

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