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Is farine de malt vegan?

Farine de malt is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is farine de malt?

Farine de malt, also known as malt flour, is a finely ground powder made from sprouted grains, usually barley. The process of malting involves soaking the grains in water, allowing them to germinate, then drying them in a kiln. The resulting malted grains are then ground into a powder, which is commonly used in baking and brewing. Farine de malt adds a distinctive sweet, nutty flavor and aroma to breads, pastries, and other baked goods. It also contains enzymes that help break down complex sugars, making it a popular ingredient for enhancing fermentation and flavor development in beer and other fermented beverages.

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