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Is extraits d'orge maltée vegan?

Extraits d'orge maltée is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is extraits d'orge maltée?

Extraits d'orge maltée, also known as malt extract, is a concentrated syrup derived from malted barley grains. The process of malting involves sprouting and drying barley, which activates enzymes that break down starches into sugars. These sugars are then extracted and concentrated into a syrup, which can be used as a natural sweetener and flavor enhancer in various food and beverage products. Extraits d'orge maltée can also add a distinct nutty and caramel flavor to baked goods and confectionery. It is a versatile and nutritious ingredient, as it contains vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.

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