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Is malted wheat flour vegan?

Malted wheat flour is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is malted wheat flour?

Malted wheat flour is a finely milled powder made from wheat grains that have been sprouted, dried, and then ground. This unique ingredient is created through a process called malting, where the wheat grains are soaked in water to activate enzymes that begin to break down the starches in the grain. The partially germinated grains are then dried and ground into flour. Malted wheat flour has a slightly sweet and nutty flavor, and it is often used in bread and baked goods to improve texture, flavor, and color. Due to its high protein and fiber content, it is also a popular ingredient in health foods and supplements.

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