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Is kviešu milti vegan?

Kviešu milti is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kviešu milti?

Kviešu milti is a versatile, nutrient-rich wheat flour that is widely used in Latvian cuisine for baking bread, pastries, and other traditional dishes. Sourced from high-quality wheat grains, this fine-textured flour has a distinctive golden color and a subtle nutty flavor that adds depth and character to any recipe. Its high protein content makes it an excellent choice for yeast-based doughs, while its moderate gluten level produces light and fluffy baked goods with a satisfying chew. Whether you're making homemade sourdough bread or sweet buns, kviešu milti is the perfect ingredient to elevate your baking game.

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