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Is farina di orzo maltato vegan?

Farina di orzo maltato is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is farina di orzo maltato?

Farina di orzo maltato, also known as malted barley flour, is a type of flour made from barley grains that have been allowed to sprout and then dried. This process of malting releases enzymes in the barley, which break down the starches and create a sweeter, more complex flavor profile. The resulting flour has a slightly nutty taste and a creamy texture that works well in a variety of baked goods, such as breads, cakes, and cookies. In addition to its unique flavor, farina di orzo maltato is also high in fiber and other important nutrients, making it a healthy and flavorful addition to any recipe.

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