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Is weizenflocken vegan?

Weizenflocken is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is weizenflocken?

Weizenflocken, also known as wheat flakes, are a nutritious and versatile food ingredient made from whole wheat kernels. They are created by steaming and flattening the wheat berries, resulting in a light and crunchy texture that is perfect for adding to breakfast cereals, baked goods, or as a savory topping for soups and salads. Weizenflocken are an excellent source of fiber, protein, and essential nutrients, making them a popular choice for health-conscious consumers. Whether used as a base for homemade muesli or sprinkled on top of a yogurt bowl, weizenflocken are a delicious and wholesome addition to any meal.

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