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Is d'extrait de malt vegan?

D'extrait de malt is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is d'extrait de malt?

D'extrait de malt is a flavorful food ingredient made by extracting natural sugars from sprouted barley. This process creates a unique taste profile that is both sweet and malty, making it a popular choice for enhancing the flavor of breads, pastries, and other baked goods. D'extrait de malt is also used as a natural coloring agent, giving foods a rich, golden-brown hue. Additionally, it contains vitamins and minerals, making it a healthier alternative to processed sweeteners. Its versatility and distinctive flavor make d'extrait de malt an excellent choice for any recipe in need of a little extra sweetness and depth.

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