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Is semolina vegan?

Semolina is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is semolina?

Semolina is a coarse, grainy flour that is made by grinding hard durum wheat. It has a pale yellow color and a slightly sweet and nutty flavor. This versatile ingredient is commonly used to make traditional Italian pasta, as well as other baked goods like bread, pizza crust, and cakes. Semolina is high in protein and gluten, making it ideal for creating chewy and sturdy doughs that hold their shape well during cooking. It's also a good source of complex carbohydrates and contains important minerals like iron, magnesium, and zinc. Its distinctive texture and flavor make semolina a popular choice for adding depth and complexity to many dishes.

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