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Is malt de seigle vegan?

Malt de seigle is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is malt de seigle?

Malt de seigle, also known as rye malt, is a flavorful and versatile food ingredient commonly used in baking and brewing. It is made by sprouting rye grains, which are then dried and roasted to create a rich, nutty flavor and aroma. This process also breaks down the starches in the grain, making them easier to digest and allowing for better flavor extraction in brewing. Malt de seigle can be used in a variety of recipes, from hearty breads to flavorful beers, adding depth and complexity to any dish. Its unique taste and aroma make it a popular choice among food enthusiasts looking to add a distinctive touch to their culinary creations.

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