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Is teffmehl vegan?

Teffmehl is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is teffmehl?

Teffmehl is a highly nutritious gluten-free flour that has been a staple in Ethiopian cuisine for centuries. It is made from the smallest grain in the world, teff, which is packed with protein, fiber, and essential minerals like iron, calcium, and zinc. Teffmehl has a mildly nutty and earthy flavor profile that makes it a versatile ingredient in baking, cooking, and thickening sauces. It is commonly used to make traditional Ethiopian flatbreads like injera, but it can also be used to make pancakes, bread, cookies, and more. Teffmehl is an excellent option for those with gluten intolerance or celiac disease, and it offers a unique and flavorful twist to any recipe.

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