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Is farine deblétendre vegan?

Farine deblétendre is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is farine deblétendre?

Farine de blé tendre is a French term for "soft wheat flour." It is a type of flour that is milled from low-protein wheat varieties, making it ideal for baked goods that require a lighter texture, such as cakes, pastries, and biscuits. The flour has a fine texture and a creamy color, with a slightly sweet flavor profile. It contains less gluten compared to other flours, which makes it less suitable for making bread. However, it is an excellent option for delicate baked goods that require a soft crumb and tender texture. Its versatility makes it a staple in French cuisine and a popular choice among bakers worldwide.

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