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Is vinaigre malt vegan?

Vinaigre malt is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is vinaigre malt?

Vinaigre malt is a tangy and robust condiment made from malted barley and often combined with other grains, such as wheat or rye. It has a distinct amber color and a sharp, pungent flavor that makes it a popular choice for dressings, marinades, and sauces. Vinaigre malt has a high acidity level and is often used to balance out sweeter flavors. It is a versatile ingredient that adds depth and complexity to many dishes and is a staple in many culinary traditions around the world. Whether you're adding a splash to your favorite salad or using it to glaze meats, vinaigre malt is a must-have in any well-stocked kitchen.

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