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Is extrait du malt d'orge vegan?

Extrait du malt d'orge is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is extrait du malt d'orge?

Extrait du malt d'orge, or barley malt extract, is a natural sweetener and flavor enhancer made by soaking barley in water, allowing it to germinate, and then drying and roasting it. The resulting extract is rich in maltose, a type of sugar that adds a distinctive, slightly nutty taste to baked goods, cereals, and beverages. It also contains vitamins, minerals, and amino acids, making it a popular ingredient in health supplements and energy bars. As a versatile and nutritious ingredient, extrait du malt d'orge is a staple in many kitchens and food processing plants around the world.

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