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Is malts de d'orge vegan?

Malts de d'orge is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is malts de d'orge?

Malts de d'orge, or barley malts, are a versatile food ingredient that is widely used in the food industry. They are produced by sprouting barley grains and then drying and roasting them to create a complex flavor profile. Malts de d'orge are commonly used in brewing to add color, sweetness, and aroma to beers and other alcoholic beverages. They are also used in baking to enhance the flavor and texture of bread, pastries, and other baked goods. With their unique flavor and aroma, malts de d'orge can add depth and complexity to a wide variety of recipes, making them a valuable ingredient in any kitchen.

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