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Is hartweizenvollkorngrieß vegan?

Hartweizenvollkorngrieß is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is hartweizenvollkorngrieß?

Hartweizenvollkorngrieß is a German food ingredient that translates to "whole wheat semolina" in English. It is made from durum wheat, which is known for its high protein content and gluten strength. The grain is milled into a coarse flour and then sifted to produce a semolina with a gritty texture. Hartweizenvollkorngrieß is commonly used in Italian cuisine to make pasta, but can also be used to make bread, porridge, and desserts. This versatile ingredient is rich in fiber, vitamins, and minerals, making it a healthy addition to any dish.

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