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Is khorasan wheat vegan?

Khorasan wheat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is khorasan wheat?

Khorasan wheat, also known as Kamut, is an ancient grain that has been around for thousands of years. It is a type of wheat that is larger than modern wheat and has a distinctive nutty and buttery flavor. Khorasan wheat is also high in protein and contains more vitamins and minerals than modern wheat. Due to its unique flavor and nutritional properties, it has become increasingly popular among health-conscious consumers and those with gluten sensitivities. Additionally, Khorasan wheat is often used to make pasta, bread, and other baked goods, providing a delicious and wholesome alternative to traditional wheat products.

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