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Is le malt d'orge vegan?

Le malt d'orge is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is le malt d'orge?

Le malt d'orge, or malted barley, is a crucial ingredient in the brewing of beer and the distillation of whiskey. It is made by allowing barley to germinate, then drying and roasting it to develop a range of flavors and aromas. Malt d'orge provides the necessary enzymes to break down the starches in grains and convert them into fermentable sugars. Its flavors can range from sweet and biscuity to toasty and nutty, depending on the degree of roasting. Used in moderation, le malt d'orge can add depth and complexity to a variety of baked goods and savory dishes, as well as beverages.

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