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Is farine dû froment vegan?

Farine dû froment is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is farine dû froment?

Farine dû froment, also known as wheat flour, is a fine powdery substance made by grinding wheat grains. It is an essential ingredient in many recipes, including bread, cakes, and pasta. Farine dû froment is a rich source of complex carbohydrates, fiber, and protein, making it a nutritious addition to any diet. Its gluten content gives baked goods a desirable texture and helps them rise. Farine dû froment can be found in various grades, from all-purpose to whole wheat, depending on the level of refinement. Its versatility and nutritional value make it a staple in many households and commercial kitchens alike.

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