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Is whole rye flour vegan?

Whole rye flour is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is whole rye flour?

Whole rye flour is a type of flour made from milled whole rye grains, which have been left unprocessed and retain their germ, bran, and endosperm. This results in a dense, flavorful flour with a distinctive nutty taste and earthy aroma. It also contains more fiber and nutrients than refined wheat flour, making it a healthier choice for baking bread, pastries, and other baked goods. Whole rye flour has a darker color than wheat flour and can be used as a substitute for all-purpose flour in many recipes. Its unique flavor profile and health benefits make it a popular choice among health-conscious bakers and food enthusiasts.

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