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Is fiocchi di grano vegan?

Fiocchi di grano is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fiocchi di grano?

Fiocchi di grano is an Italian food ingredient that translates to "wheat flakes." These delicate, flattened wheat grains are created by steaming and then flattening the wheat kernel, resulting in a light and airy texture. Fiocchi di grano can be used in a variety of dishes, from soups and stews to salads and side dishes. They add a subtle nutty flavor and a pleasing texture to any dish, making them a versatile and delicious ingredient to have on hand. Their unique texture also makes them an excellent choice for adding visual interest to a dish, as their delicate appearance is both eye-catching and appetizing.

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