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Is farine d seigle vegan?

Farine d seigle is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is farine d seigle?

Farine d seigle, also known as rye flour, is a type of flour that is made from rye grains. It is a popular ingredient in many traditional European bread recipes, including German pumpernickel and Scandinavian crispbreads. Rye flour has a distinct flavor that is nutty and slightly sour, and it is often used in combination with wheat flour to create a more complex taste and texture. Rye flour is also high in fiber and nutrients, making it a healthier choice than traditional white flour. It can be used in a variety of baked goods, from bread and pastries to pancakes and waffles.

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