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Is farine d'orge malté torrefié vegan?

Farine d'orge malté torrefié is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is farine d'orge malté torrefié?

Farine d'orge malté torréfié, or roasted malted barley flour, is a versatile ingredient with a nutty, toasty flavor. Made from barley that has been soaked in water until it begins to germinate, then roasted to create a deep brown color and complex aroma. This flour is high in fiber, protein, and essential amino acids, making it a nutritious addition to baked goods and other recipes. Its unique flavor and texture make it a popular choice for creating artisanal bread, adding depth to stews and soups, and enhancing the flavor of desserts such as cookies and cakes.

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