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Is du malt d'orge vegan?

Du malt d'orge is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is du malt d'orge?

Du malt d'orge, or barley malt in English, is a cereal grain that has been sprouted and dried, then roasted to varying degrees to develop its unique flavor profile. It is commonly used as a key ingredient in the brewing process, as it provides the enzymes necessary to break down starches into fermentable sugars, and contributes to the color, aroma, and taste of the finished product. In addition to its use in brewing, barley malt can also be found in a variety of food products such as bread, cereal, and malt vinegar. With its nutty, toasty, and slightly sweet flavor, du malt d'orge adds depth and complexity to any dish.

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