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Is weissmehl vegan?

Weissmehl is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is weissmehl?

Weissmehl, also known as "white flour" in English, is a finely ground powder made from wheat grains that have had their bran and germ removed. This process results in a smooth and light texture, making it ideal for baking purposes such as cakes, pastries, and bread. However, weissmehl lacks the nutritional value of whole grain flours due to the removal of the bran and germ. It is commonly used in European cuisine, especially in Germany and Austria, where it is a staple ingredient in traditional dishes like schnitzel and spÀtzle. Despite its popularity in cooking, weissmehl should be consumed in moderation due to its high glycemic index and low fiber content.

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