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Is farina di ceci vegan?

Farina di ceci is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is farina di ceci?

Farina di ceci is an Italian term for chickpea flour, a versatile and nutritious ingredient used in many traditional recipes. Made from ground chickpeas, this gluten-free flour has a nutty and slightly sweet flavor that adds depth to dishes. It is high in protein and fiber, making it a popular choice for vegans and vegetarians. Chickpea flour is commonly used in Mediterranean and Indian cuisine, where it is used to make dishes such as socca, falafel, and pakoras. It can also be used as a substitute for wheat flour in many recipes, adding a unique taste and texture to baked goods.

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