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Is wholewheat vegan?

Wholewheat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is wholewheat?

Wholewheat is a nutrient-rich grain that's a healthy and delicious addition to any meal. Unlike refined white flour, which is stripped of its bran and germ, wholewheat flour retains these components, making it a good source of fiber, vitamins, and minerals. The bran provides fiber to help maintain a healthy digestive system, while the germ contains important nutrients like vitamin E and healthy fats. Wholewheat flour is often used in baking bread, muffins, and pancakes, and its nutty, slightly sweet flavor makes it a tasty addition to savory dishes as well. Plus, its low glycemic index means it can help regulate blood sugar levels.

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