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Is овсяная мука vegan?

Овсяная мука is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is овсяная мука?

Oat flour, or "овсяная мука" in Russian, is a nutrient-dense ingredient that is gaining popularity in the world of baking and cooking. Made from ground oats, this flour is naturally gluten-free and contains a high amount of fiber, protein, and vitamins. It has a slightly sweet and nutty flavor, making it a great addition to baked goods, pancakes, and even savory dishes like meatballs or veggie burgers. Oat flour is also known for its ability to provide a soft and moist texture to baked goods, making it a favorite among health-conscious bakers. Try using "овсяная мука" in your next recipe to add a nutritious twist to your favorite dishes.

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