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Is vollkornreismehl vegan?

Vollkornreismehl is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is vollkornreismehl?

Vollkornreismehl is a highly nutritious and versatile ingredient made from whole grain rice. This flour is finely ground, which gives it a light and fluffy texture while retaining all the nutrients present in the whole grain rice. It is gluten-free and an excellent source of fiber, vitamins, and minerals. Vollkornreismehl has a subtle, nutty flavor that makes it perfect for baking, as a thickening agent in sauces and soups, or as a healthy addition to smoothies and breakfast bowls. Whether you're a health-conscious baker or looking to add some variety to your recipes, vollkornreismehl is an ingredient you should definitely consider.

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