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Is crusca di frumento vegan?

Crusca di frumento is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is crusca di frumento?

Crusca di frumento is an Italian term that refers to wheat bran, the outer layer of the wheat kernel that is removed during the milling process. It is a highly nutritious ingredient that is rich in fiber, vitamins, and minerals, making it a popular addition to a variety of foods, including bread, cereal, and baked goods. Due to its high fiber content, it can also be used as a dietary supplement to promote digestive health and regularity. Crusca di frumento is a versatile ingredient that can add texture, flavor, and nutrition to a range of dishes, making it a valuable addition to any kitchen.

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