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Is extrait de malt orge vegan?

Extrait de malt orge is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is extrait de malt orge?

Extrait de malt orge is a natural sweetener and flavoring agent derived from barley malt. It is made by steeping barley grains in water, allowing them to germinate, and then drying and roasting them. The resulting extract is rich in sugars, amino acids, vitamins, and minerals, giving it a complex and distinctive flavor profile that ranges from nutty and caramel-like to slightly bitter and earthy. Extrait de malt orge is commonly used in the production of beer, bread, and confectionery products, as well as in the food industry as a natural alternative to artificial sweeteners and flavorings.

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