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Is fibres deblé vegan?

Fibres deblé is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fibres deblé?

"Fibres de blé" is a French term that translates to "wheat fibers" in English. This ingredient is a natural source of insoluble dietary fiber that is extracted from the outer layer of wheat kernels. It is often used as a functional ingredient in food products to improve texture, promote digestive health, and provide a feeling of fullness. Fibres de blé can be added to a variety of foods, including baked goods, cereals, pasta, and snacks, without significantly altering their taste or appearance. This versatile ingredient is a great way to boost the nutritional value of your favorite foods while enhancing their texture and mouthfeel.

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