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Is мука пшеничная цельнозерновая vegan?

Мука пшеничная цельнозерновая is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is мука пшеничная цельнозерновая?

"Мука пшеничная цельнозерновая" is a Russian term for whole wheat flour, which is made by grinding the entire wheat kernel, including the bran and germ. This type of flour is an excellent source of fiber, protein, and essential nutrients, such as vitamins B and E, iron, and zinc. Its nutty flavor and coarse texture make it an ideal choice for baking bread, muffins, and other baked goods. Whole wheat flour is also considered to be a healthier alternative to refined wheat flour because it has a lower glycemic index and can help regulate blood sugar levels.

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