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Is rye malt vegan?

Rye malt is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is rye malt?

Rye malt is a unique and flavorful ingredient commonly used in brewing and baking. Made from sprouted rye grains that are dried and then roasted, rye malt adds a distinctive nutty and spicy taste to foods and drinks. Its flavor profile is more complex and intense than that of regular malt, making it an excellent choice for creating robust bread, crackers, and dark beers like stouts and porters. Rye malt also contains enzymes that aid in the fermentation process, making it an essential ingredient in sourdough and other fermented breads. With its rich taste and versatility, rye malt is a must-have ingredient for any serious baker or brewer.

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