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Is maltas de cebada vegan?

Maltas de cebada is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is maltas de cebada?

Maltas de cebada, also known as barley malt, are a versatile and flavorful food ingredient used in a variety of culinary applications. Made from sprouted barley grains that have been dried and roasted, maltas de cebada offer a rich, nutty flavor and a slightly sweet aroma that can enhance the taste of many dishes. They are commonly used in brewing beer, but also make an excellent addition to baked goods like bread, muffins, and cookies, as well as savory dishes like stews, gravies, and sauces. With their unique taste and versatility, maltas de cebada are a must-have ingredient for any serious cook or baker.

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