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Is farinha de arroz vegan?

Farinha de arroz is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is farinha de arroz?

Farinha de arroz, also known as rice flour, is a versatile and gluten-free ingredient commonly used in cooking and baking. This fine, powdery flour is made by grinding white or brown rice into a fine powder, resulting in a light and fluffy texture that can be used to make noodles, bread, cakes, and pastries. Farinha de arroz is a popular ingredient in many Southeast Asian and Latin American cuisines and is an excellent substitute for wheat flour in gluten-free recipes. Its neutral flavor allows it to blend seamlessly with other ingredients, making it a go-to choice for those looking for a healthier and allergy-friendly alternative to traditional wheat flour.

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