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Is semolinagryn vegan?

Semolinagryn is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is semolinagryn?

Semolinagryn is a coarsely ground flour made from durum wheat. It has a distinct yellow color and a granular texture, which makes it ideal for use in a variety of dishes, including pasta, bread, and desserts. Semolinagryn is known for its high gluten content, which gives it a unique ability to hold its shape and texture when cooked. It is a popular ingredient in Italian cuisine, and is often used to make dishes such as semolina gnocchi and semolina cake. Semolinagryn is also a good source of protein, fiber, and several essential vitamins and minerals. Its rich, nutty flavor and versatility make it a staple in many kitchens around the world.

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