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Is malted wheatflour vegan?

Malted wheatflour is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is malted wheatflour?

Malted wheat flour is a versatile and flavorful ingredient that adds richness and depth to baked goods. Made by sprouting wheat kernels and then drying and grinding them into a fine powder, this flour has a slightly sweet, nutty taste and a light brown color. The sprouting process activates enzymes that convert some of the wheat's starches into sugars, giving the flour a natural sweetness and helping to enhance the texture and rise of baked goods. Malted wheat flour is a popular choice for breads, bagels, and pretzels, and can also be used to add flavor and nutrition to pancakes, waffles, and other baked treats.

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