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Is maltextrakt från korn vegan?

Maltextrakt från korn is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is maltextrakt från korn?

Maltextract from barley, or "maltextrakt från korn" in Swedish, is a natural sweetener commonly used in the food industry. It is made by soaking barley grains in water until they sprout and then drying and grinding them into a powder. The powder is then mixed with water and heated to break down the starches into simple sugars, resulting in a sweet syrupy liquid. Maltextract från korn has a unique flavor that is often used in baking and brewing to enhance the taste and color of breads, cookies, and beer. It is also a source of vitamins and minerals, including B-complex vitamins and iron.

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