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Is de malta de trigo vegan?

De malta de trigo is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de malta de trigo?

"De malta de trigo" is a natural ingredient that is derived from sprouted wheat grains. It is a rich source of enzymes, vitamins, and minerals that are essential for maintaining good health. The malting process involves soaking the wheat grains in water, allowing them to germinate, and then drying and roasting them. This produces a flavorful and aromatic malt that is often used in the production of beer and other fermented beverages. In addition to its use in brewing, de malta de trigo can also be used as a sweetener, a natural flavor enhancer, and a nutritional supplement in various foods and drinks.

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