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Is мука пшеничная хлебопекарная второго сорта vegan?

Мука пшеничная хлебопекарная второго сорта is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is мука пшеничная хлебопекарная второго сорта?

"Мука пшеничная хлебопекарная второго сорта" is a type of wheat flour commonly used in bread baking. This flour is milled from the endosperm of wheat grains, which makes it high in gluten and protein. Due to its coarser texture and lower gluten content compared to first-grade flour, it is ideal for making dense, rustic bread, as well as pastries and cakes. Its unique characteristics also make it suitable for thickening soups and sauces. The second-grade wheat flour has a light brown color and a slightly nutty flavor, making it a versatile ingredient in any kitchen.

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