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Is malt d'' vegan?

Malt d'' is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is malt d''?

Malt d' is a natural sweetener derived from malted barley that is often used in baking and brewing. It is made by drying and crushing sprouted barley and then boiling it in water to extract the sugars. The resulting liquid is then dried and ground into a fine powder, which has a rich, malty flavor and a light brown color. Malt d' is an excellent alternative to refined sugar as it has a lower glycemic index and contains more nutrients, such as B vitamins and minerals like calcium and magnesium. It can be used in a variety of recipes, from bread and cakes to marinades and glazes, to add a unique and delicious flavor profile.

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