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Is farine de ble t55 vegan?

Farine de ble t55 is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is farine de ble t55?

Farine de blé T55 is a French term used to describe a type of wheat flour that has been finely milled and sifted to remove bran and germ. It is commonly used in traditional French baking recipes and has a medium protein content, which makes it suitable for making a range of baked goods, including bread, cakes, and pastries. This versatile flour has a creamy color and a silky texture, and it can be used alone or combined with other types of flours to achieve different textures and flavors. Its name comes from the French grading system, which categorizes flours based on their ash content, with T55 indicating a low ash content.

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