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Is sprouted spelt vegan?

Sprouted spelt is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sprouted spelt?

Sprouted spelt is a nutritious and versatile ingredient that has been gaining popularity in recent years. Spelt is an ancient grain that has a nutty, slightly sweet flavor and a chewy texture, making it an excellent substitute for wheat in many recipes. When spelt is sprouted, it becomes even more nutrient-dense and easier to digest, making it a great choice for those with digestive sensitivities. Sprouted spelt is also high in fiber and protein, making it a great addition to baked goods, salads, and soups. Overall, sprouted spelt is a wholesome and delicious ingredient that can add depth and nutrition to any dish.

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