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Is trigo candeal vegan?

Trigo candeal is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is trigo candeal?

Trigo candeal, also known as hard wheat or bread wheat, is a type of wheat with a high protein content and a gluten strength that makes it ideal for making bread. It has a robust flavor, a dense texture, and a beautiful golden hue that enhances the overall appearance of baked goods. Trigo candeal is widely used in Spain, especially in Andalusia and Castilla-La Mancha, where it is the primary ingredient in traditional bread recipes. This ancient grain has been cultivated for centuries and is considered an essential ingredient in Spanish cuisine. Its versatility and unique qualities make it a must-have ingredient for any serious baker or chef.

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