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Is tönkölyliszt vegan?

Tönkölyliszt is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tönkölyliszt?

Tönkölyliszt is a nutritious and flavorful flour made from the ancient grain variety tönköly. This type of flour is gaining popularity among health-conscious consumers due to its high protein, fiber, and mineral content. Tönkölyliszt is also gluten-friendly, making it a great alternative for those with gluten sensitivities or allergies. With its slightly nutty and earthy flavor, this flour is a versatile ingredient in various baked goods, including bread, pasta, and desserts. Tönkölyliszt is a sustainable and eco-friendly option as well, as tönköly requires less water and pesticides to grow compared to modern wheat varieties.

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