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Is durum wheat vegan?

Durum wheat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is durum wheat?

Durum wheat is a hard, high-protein wheat variety that is most commonly used to make pasta, couscous, and certain types of bread. Its unique properties make it ideal for these products, as it can withstand the high heat and pressure of pasta-making while retaining its shape and texture. Durum wheat is also rich in nutrients like fiber, vitamins, and minerals, making it a healthy addition to any diet. This versatile grain is grown primarily in the Mediterranean region, where it has been a staple food for centuries. With its distinctive flavor and nutritional benefits, durum wheat is a key ingredient in many beloved dishes worldwide.

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