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Is sprouted wheat vegan?

Sprouted wheat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sprouted wheat?

Sprouted wheat is a nutritious and versatile ingredient that is made by soaking and germinating wheat kernels until they sprout into tiny plants. This process not only enhances the flavor and texture of the wheat, but also unlocks a wealth of health benefits. Sprouted wheat is easier to digest than regular wheat, as the sprouting process breaks down the starches and proteins in the grain. It is also higher in protein, fiber, and antioxidants, and has a lower glycemic index than regular wheat. Sprouted wheat can be used in a variety of recipes, from breads and baked goods to salads and smoothies, making it a valuable addition to any diet.

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