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Is orge maltee vegan?

Orge maltee is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is orge maltee?

Barley malt, also known as "orge maltée" in French, is a natural sweetener made from sprouted barley grains that have been dried and roasted. This process gives the grains a distinctive toasty, caramelized flavor, and a deep amber color. Barley malt is commonly used in brewing beer and whiskey production, but it also has many culinary applications. It adds a rich, sweet flavor to baked goods, such as bread, muffins, and cookies, and is an essential ingredient in malted milkshakes. Barley malt is also a source of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, making it a healthier alternative to refined sugar.

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