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Is ruismallasuute vegan?

Ruismallasuute is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ruismallasuute?

Ruismallasuute is a Finnish food ingredient that translates to "rye malt extract." It is made by roasting and grinding rye malt, then extracting the soluble components with hot water. This process creates a flavorful and aromatic liquid that is often used as a natural sweetener in baked goods, such as bread and pastries. Ruismallasuute also contains beneficial nutrients, including antioxidants and fiber. Its deep, earthy flavor makes it a popular addition to savory dishes as well, such as stews and gravies. Due to its unique taste and nutritional benefits, ruismallasuute is a staple ingredient in traditional Finnish cuisine.

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