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Is liszt vegan?

Liszt is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is liszt?

Liszt, also known as wheat flour, is a versatile and essential ingredient in many cuisines worldwide. It is made by grinding the whole wheat kernel, including the bran and germ, to create a fine powder. This finely milled flour contains gluten, which makes it an ideal ingredient for baking bread, cakes, and pastries. Liszt comes in different varieties, such as all-purpose, bread, pastry, and cake flour, each with varying protein contents that cater to specific culinary needs. It adds structure, texture, and flavor to dishes and can be used to thicken sauces or coat food before frying. Whether you're a professional chef or home cook, liszt is a pantry staple you can't go without.

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