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Is enriched wheatflour vegan?

Enriched wheatflour is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is enriched wheatflour?

Enriched wheat flour is a type of wheat flour that has been fortified with essential nutrients such as iron and B vitamins, which are often lost during the processing of wheat. This makes it a more nutritious option compared to regular wheat flour. Enriched wheat flour is commonly used in baking and cooking, as it provides a good texture and flavor to baked goods. It is also a versatile ingredient that can be used in a variety of recipes, from bread and pastries to pasta and noodles. Its added nutrients make it a great choice for those who want to boost their daily intake of essential vitamins and minerals.

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