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Is hvedemaltmel vegan?

Hvedemaltmel is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is hvedemaltmel?

Hvedemaltmel is a Danish term that refers to wheat malt flour. This high-quality ingredient is made by sprouting wheat grains and then drying and grinding them into a fine powder. The process of malting the wheat activates enzymes that break down starches into simpler sugars, making it easier for yeast to ferment during baking. Hvedemaltmel is commonly used in Danish bread making to enhance the flavor, texture, and color of the bread. It is also used as a natural sweetener in some baked goods, and as a thickener in sauces and gravies. With its unique properties, hvedemaltmel is an excellent choice for any recipe that calls for flour.

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