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Is kukuřičná mouka vegan?

Kukuřičná mouka is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kukuřičná mouka?

Kukuřičná mouka is a versatile and gluten-free ingredient that has been a staple in Central and South American cuisine for centuries. Made from finely ground corn, this flour has a slightly sweet and nutty flavor and a fine texture that is perfect for baking, breading, and thickening sauces. Kukuřičná mouka is a great alternative to wheat flour for those with gluten sensitivities, and its natural sweetness makes it a popular ingredient in desserts and baked goods. With its rich history and unique flavor profile, kukuřičná mouka is a must-try ingredient for any food lover looking to expand their culinary horizons.

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