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Is tarwemeel vegan?

Tarwemeel is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tarwemeel?

Tarwemeel, also known as wheat flour, is a versatile and essential ingredient in many cuisines around the world. It is made from grinding the kernels of wheat grains into a fine powder, which can vary in color from white to creamy yellow depending on the type of wheat used. Tarwemeel is a rich source of carbohydrates, fiber, and protein, making it a staple in many baked goods, such as bread, cakes, and pastries. Its unique gluten properties make it an ideal ingredient for creating a variety of doughs, from light and fluffy to dense and chewy. Tarwemeel is also used in many savory dishes, such as thickening sauces or as a coating for fried foods.

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