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Is farina di carrube vegan?

Farina di carrube is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is farina di carrube?

Farina di carrube, also known as carob flour, is a versatile and healthy alternative to traditional wheat flour. This finely ground powder is made from the roasted and milled pods of the carob tree, which grows in Mediterranean regions. Farina di carrube has a naturally sweet taste and is high in fiber, calcium, and antioxidants. It is commonly used in baking as a gluten-free substitute for wheat flour, and can also be used as a thickener in sauces and soups. The unique flavor profile of farina di carrube makes it a popular ingredient in desserts, such as cakes and cookies, as well as in beverages like hot chocolate and coffee.

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