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Is frumento soffiato vegan?

Frumento soffiato is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is frumento soffiato?

Frumento soffiato is an Italian term that translates to "puffed wheat" in English. This food ingredient is made by subjecting whole wheat kernels to high pressure and heat, causing them to expand rapidly and form small, crispy spheres. Frumento soffiato is a versatile ingredient often used as a topping for yogurt or oatmeal, added to granola mixes, or used as a base for crunchy snacks. It is naturally low in fat and high in fiber, making it a healthy addition to any meal or snack. Its satisfying crunch and nutty flavor add depth to any recipe that calls for a crispy texture.

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