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Is contient farine vegan?

Contient farine is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is contient farine?

"Contient farine" is a food ingredient that translates to "contains flour" in English. Flour is a finely ground powder made from various grains such as wheat, rice, or corn. It is a versatile ingredient used in countless recipes, from bread and cakes to pasta and sauces. The type of flour used can greatly affect the taste and texture of the final product. Flour contains gluten, a protein that gives baked goods their structure and elasticity. However, there are also gluten-free flour options available for those with gluten intolerance or celiac disease. "Contient farine" is a common ingredient in French cuisine and is found in many classic dishes.

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