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Is farine de céréale vegan?

Farine de céréale is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is farine de céréale?

Farine de céréale, or cereal flour, is a versatile ingredient made from a variety of grains. It is a staple in many kitchens and is used in a wide range of recipes, from bread to cakes and pastries. This type of flour can be made from wheat, corn, rice, barley, or other grains, each with its own unique flavor and nutritional profile. Farine de céréale is often enriched with vitamins and minerals to increase its nutritional value. It can be used to make a variety of baked goods, or as a thickener in soups and sauces. Its versatility and nutritional value make it a popular choice in many cuisines around the world.

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