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Is grogram vegan?

Grogram is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is grogram?

Grogam is a versatile textile material that can also be used as a food ingredient. In the culinary world, grogram refers to a type of coarse, grainy flour that is derived from durum wheat. This flour has a distinctive texture and is often used in recipes that call for a hearty, rustic flavor. It is particularly well-suited for making pasta dishes, as its coarse texture helps the pasta hold sauce more effectively. Additionally, grogram flour is often used as a thickening agent in soups and stews due to its ability to absorb moisture and create a smooth, creamy consistency. With its unique texture and flavor, grogram flour is a must-have ingredient for any chef looking to add some depth to their dishes.

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