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Is puffed wheat vegan?

Puffed wheat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is puffed wheat?

Puffed wheat is a versatile and nutritious ingredient that is made by subjecting wheat kernels to high heat and pressure. The process causes the wheat kernels to expand rapidly and puff up, resulting in light and airy pieces that are perfect for adding texture and crunch to a variety of dishes. Puffed wheat is a great source of fiber and protein, making it an ideal ingredient for those looking to maintain a healthy and balanced diet. Whether used as a breakfast cereal, a topping for salads and yogurt bowls, or in baked goods like granola bars and muffins, puffed wheat is a delicious and wholesome addition to any meal.

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