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Is vollkorn-weizenflocken vegan?

Vollkorn-weizenflocken is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is vollkorn-weizenflocken?

Vollkorn-Weizenflocken is a high-quality food ingredient that is a type of whole-grain wheat flakes. These flakes are made by taking the whole wheat grain and flattening it, resulting in a nutrient-dense, fiber-rich ingredient that's perfect for a variety of dishes. Packed with vitamins, minerals, and fiber, Vollkorn-Weizenflocken add a hearty, nutty flavor and crunchy texture to breakfast cereals, granola bars, bread, and other baked goods. They are also versatile enough to be used in savory recipes, such as as a crispy topping for casseroles or mixed into veggie burgers for added texture and nutrition.

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