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Is flocons de seigle malté vegan?

Flocons de seigle malté is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is flocons de seigle malté?

Flocons de seigle malté, also known as malted rye flakes, are a nutritious and flavorful ingredient commonly used in baking and cooking. Made from whole rye grains that have been sprouted, dried, and then lightly toasted, these flakes have a rich, nutty flavor with a subtle sweetness and a satisfying chewy texture. They are high in fiber, protein, and essential vitamins and minerals, making them a healthy and delicious addition to any dish. Flocons de seigle malté can be used to add a crunchy topping to baked goods, or incorporated into soups, stews, and salads for added nutrition and flavor.

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