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Is und roggenmehl vegan?

Und roggenmehl is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is und roggenmehl?

"Und Roggenmehl" is a German term that translates to "and rye flour" in English. This flour is a type of whole-grain flour made from ground rye grains. It has a slightly denser texture and nuttier flavor than wheat flour, making it a popular ingredient in traditional German bread and pastry recipes. Due to its higher fiber and nutrient content, und Roggenmehl is a healthier alternative to white flour. It is also gluten-free, making it an excellent option for people with gluten sensitivities. Its distinctive flavor and health benefits make it a versatile ingredient in various recipes, including bread, pancakes, and crackers.

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