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Is und weizenmalzmehl vegan?

Und weizenmalzmehl is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is und weizenmalzmehl?

Und weizenmalzmehl is a German term that refers to malted wheat flour. It is a versatile ingredient commonly used in baking and brewing applications, providing a distinctive flavor and aroma to baked goods and beverages. Und weizenmalzmehl is made by sprouting wheat grains and then drying them, which activates enzymes that break down starches into sugars. This process creates a unique flavor profile that is both sweet and nutty, with a hint of caramel. Und weizenmalzmehl is a great addition to bread, cookies, cakes, and even pizza dough, adding both flavor and texture to your baked creations.

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