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Is harina de cebada vegan?

Harina de cebada is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is harina de cebada?

Harina de cebada, or barley flour, is a versatile and nutritious ingredient that adds a unique nutty flavor to a variety of baked goods and dishes. Made from ground barley grains, it is an excellent source of dietary fiber, protein, and several essential vitamins and minerals. Due to its low gluten content, it is often used as a gluten-free alternative to wheat flour in recipes, making it a popular choice for those with gluten sensitivities. Barley flour is also known for its ability to enhance the texture and rise of baked goods, making it a staple ingredient in many traditional bread recipes.

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