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Is malted barley vegan?

Malted barley is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is malted barley?

Malted barley is a versatile and nutrient-rich ingredient commonly used in the brewing and baking industries. It is produced by allowing barley grains to germinate, and then halting the process by drying them. This results in a complex mix of enzymes and sugars that can be used to aid in fermentation and to create a rich, nutty flavor in baked goods. Malted barley is also a good source of fiber, protein, and several essential vitamins and minerals. With its distinct flavor profile and nutritional benefits, malted barley is a key ingredient in many classic recipes and is sure to add depth and complexity to any dish.

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