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Is wholemeal oat flour vegan?

Wholemeal oat flour is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is wholemeal oat flour?

Wholemeal oat flour is a versatile and nutritious ingredient made by grinding the whole grain of oats, including the bran, endosperm, and germ. As a result, it contains more fiber, protein, and healthy fats compared to refined oat flour. This gluten-free ingredient has a subtle nutty flavor and a fine texture that works well in a variety of baked goods, such as bread, cookies, and muffins. It also adds thickness and richness to sauces and soups. Wholemeal oat flour is an excellent choice for individuals seeking to boost their fiber intake while enjoying delicious and wholesome foods.

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