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Is pšeničná múka vegan?

Pšeničná múka is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pšeničná múka?

Pšeničná múka, also known as wheat flour, is a versatile and essential ingredient in many traditional European dishes. Made from finely ground wheat grains, this flour has a creamy ivory color and a powdery texture. It contains gluten, a protein that gives structure and elasticity to baked goods, making it ideal for making bread, pasta, and cakes. Pšeničná múka comes in different types, such as all-purpose, whole wheat, and cake flour, each with varying protein content and texture. Its neutral flavor makes it an ideal base for flavorings and spices, making it a staple ingredient in countless recipes.

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