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Is und dinkel vegan?

Und dinkel is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is und dinkel?

Und Dinkel is a nutritious and versatile food ingredient that has been used in cooking for centuries. Also known as spelt, und dinkel is a type of ancient grain that is closely related to wheat. It has a slightly nutty flavor and a chewy texture that makes it a popular choice for bread, pasta, and other baked goods. What sets und dinkel apart from other grains is its high protein and fiber content, as well as its abundance of vitamins and minerals. Whether you're looking to add a healthy twist to your favorite recipes or experiment with new flavors and textures, und dinkel is an ingredient that is definitely worth exploring.

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