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Is fiocchi di miglio vegan?

Fiocchi di miglio is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fiocchi di miglio?

Fiocchi di miglio is an Italian food ingredient made from millet grains that have been processed into small, delicate flakes. These light and fluffy flakes have a mild, nutty flavor and a pleasing texture, making them a versatile addition to a wide range of recipes. Fiocchi di miglio can be used as a gluten-free substitute for breadcrumbs in recipes such as meatballs, meatloaf, or veggie burgers. They can also be cooked as a hot cereal, added to soups or stews, or used as a topping for salads or roasted vegetables. With their delicate flavor and unique texture, fiocchi di miglio are a must-try for anyone looking to add something new and exciting to their cooking repertoire.

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