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Is farinha de milho vegan?

Farinha de milho is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is farinha de milho?

Farinha de milho is a versatile food ingredient made from finely ground cornmeal that is commonly used in Brazilian cuisine. With a texture that ranges from fine to coarse, this flour is a staple in many dishes, including the famous pão de queijo and polenta. Farinha de milho is gluten-free and packed with nutrients like fiber, protein, and iron, making it a popular alternative to wheat flour for those with gluten intolerance or Celiac disease. Whether used as a thickener for stews and sauces, or as a substitute for breadcrumbs in meatballs, farinha de milho adds a delicious and unique flavor to any dish.

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