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Is farine de malt d' orge vegan?

Farine de malt d' orge is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is farine de malt d' orge?

Farine de malt d'orge is a unique and versatile ingredient made from barley grains that have been germinated, dried, and then ground into a fine powder. The process of malting gives the barley a distinct flavor profile, with notes of toasted bread and caramel. This flour is often used in baking to add depth of flavor and a golden color to bread, cakes, and other baked goods. It can also be used as a natural sweetener, and is often added to beverages like beer and whiskey to aid in the fermentation process. Farine de malt d'orge is a great choice for anyone looking to add a rich, malty flavor to their dishes.

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