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Is gerstenmalzmehl vegan?

Gerstenmalzmehl is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gerstenmalzmehl?

Gerstenmalzmehl, also known as barley malt flour, is a versatile and nutritious ingredient commonly used in baking and brewing. Made from sprouted barley that has been dried and ground into a fine powder, it has a distinctive sweet and nutty flavor that adds depth to baked goods, such as bread and pastries. As a brewing ingredient, it is used to enhance the color, flavor, and body of beer. Gerstenmalzmehl is a good source of vitamins, minerals, and dietary fiber, making it a healthy addition to any recipe. Its unique taste and nutritional benefits make it a popular choice for both professional chefs and home cooks alike.

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