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Is sprouted millet vegan?

Sprouted millet is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sprouted millet?

Sprouted millet is a nutrient-dense, gluten-free whole grain that is packed with essential vitamins and minerals. Sprouting millet involves soaking the tiny grains in water until they begin to germinate, which enhances their nutritional profile by increasing their digestibility and nutrient absorption. As a result, sprouted millet is higher in protein, fiber, and antioxidants than non-sprouted millet. This versatile ingredient can be cooked like rice or quinoa, used in salads, porridges, and baked goods, and makes an excellent gluten-free substitute for couscous or bulgur wheat. Sprouted millet's delicate texture and mildly sweet flavor make it a delicious addition to any healthy diet.

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