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Is spelt flour vegan?

Spelt flour is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is spelt flour?

Spelt flour is a type of flour made from spelt, an ancient grain that is closely related to wheat. The flour has a nutty and slightly sweet flavor, and is often used as a substitute for wheat flour in baking recipes. Spelt flour is a good source of fiber, protein, and minerals such as iron and magnesium. It has a lower gluten content than wheat flour, making it easier to digest for some people. Spelt flour can be used to make breads, pastas, cakes, and other baked goods. Its unique flavor and health benefits make it a popular choice among health-conscious consumers and those with dietary restrictions.

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