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Is flocons d'epeautre vegan?

Flocons d'epeautre is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is flocons d'epeautre?

Flocons d'épeautre, also known as spelt flakes, are a nutritious and delicious ingredient commonly used in cooking and baking. These flakes are made by flattening whole spelt grains, creating a light and crispy texture that can add depth to a variety of dishes. Spelt is an ancient grain with a nutty flavor and a wealth of health benefits, including high levels of fiber and protein. It's also lower in gluten than wheat, making it a popular alternative for those with gluten sensitivities. Whether used in porridge, granola, or as a crunchy topping, flocons d'épeautre are a versatile and wholesome ingredient that can elevate any recipe.

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