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Is tarwezemelen vegan?

Tarwezemelen is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tarwezemelen?

Tarwezemelen is a Dutch term that refers to wheat bran, which is the hard outer layer of the wheat kernel. It is an excellent source of dietary fiber, containing both soluble and insoluble fiber that can aid digestion and promote feelings of fullness. Tarwezemelen is commonly used as a healthy addition to breakfast cereals, smoothies, and baked goods. This versatile ingredient can also be used as a substitute for breadcrumbs in recipes or added to soups and stews for added nutrition and texture. With its nutty flavor and numerous health benefits, tarwezemelen is a must-have ingredient for anyone looking to add more fiber to their diet.

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