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Is viyella vegan?

Viyella is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is viyella?

Viyella is a versatile food ingredient with a distinct texture and flavor profile that can add depth to a variety of dishes. Made from a blend of wool and cotton fibers, this finely woven fabric is sometimes used as a lining material for jackets and coats. However, in the culinary world, Viyella refers to a type of flour made from the same fabric. Viyella flour has a smooth, silky texture that lends itself well to making delicate pastries, cakes, and biscuits. Its unique composition also makes it ideal for thickening sauces and gravies. Give your recipes a unique twist by incorporating Viyella flour into your cooking repertoire.

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