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Is wheat flake vegan?

Wheat flake is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is wheat flake?

Wheat flakes are a versatile and nutritious food ingredient made by steaming and flattening whole wheat kernels. They offer a hearty, nutty flavor and a satisfying crunch that makes them a popular choice for adding texture and flavor to cereals, granolas, and baked goods. Wheat flakes are rich in fiber, protein, vitamins, and minerals, making them a great addition to any diet. They are particularly high in iron, magnesium, and zinc, which are essential for maintaining healthy bones, muscles, and immune function. Whether enjoyed as a breakfast cereal or used as a baking ingredient, wheat flakes are a wholesome and delicious choice.

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