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Is malt d'-orge vegan?

Malt d'-orge is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is malt d'-orge?

Malt d'orge, or malted barley, is a crucial ingredient in beer brewing and is also used in the production of various other food and beverage products. It is made by soaking and germinating barley, then drying and roasting the grains to varying degrees to achieve the desired flavor profile. The resulting malt d'orge is rich in enzymes that convert the barley's starches into fermentable sugars, which are essential for the brewing process. In addition to its functional properties, malt d'orge also contributes to the unique aroma and taste of beer, adding notes of sweetness, nuttiness, and toastiness to the finished product.

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