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Is malted barléy flour vegan?

Malted barléy flour is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is malted barléy flour?

Malted barley flour is a versatile ingredient that adds unique flavor and texture to baked goods, such as breads, cakes, and cookies. It is made from sprouted barley that has been dried, ground into flour, and then toasted to bring out its nutty, caramelized flavor. This process also breaks down some of the starches in the grain, making it easier for yeast to ferment and creating a softer, more tender crumb. Malted barley flour is often used in combination with other flours to enhance their flavor and nutritional value, and can be found in many health food stores and online retailers.

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