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Is de centeno vegan?

De centeno is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de centeno?

"De centeno" is a Spanish term for rye, a grain commonly used in bread and whiskey production. Rye flour has a distinct flavor that's earthy, nutty, and slightly bitter, imparting a depth of character to baked goods. It's also a great source of nutrients, such as fiber, protein, and iron. Rye bread is denser than wheat bread, making it ideal for sandwiches with hearty fillings. In the spirits industry, rye whiskey is known for its spicy flavor profile and smooth finish, making it a favorite among whiskey lovers worldwide. Incorporating "de centeno" into your diet can provide delicious and healthy benefits.

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