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In a previous blog we learnt about the different malt products being vegan or not. So today we will throw some more light on this by studying a few more malt products…..
Malt Flour - Vegan or Not?
Malt flour is also referred to as malt powder or malted barley flour, as barley is the grain which is commonly used in manufacturing of malt. Malt flour is the product made from partially germinated barley and has a bit darker color than other flours. When mixed with wheat flour, it creates comparatively a moister and a darker end product. Overall, we can see that there is no involvement of any animal product.
Malt Loaf Vegan- Vegan or Not?
Malt loaf is usually considered vegan but sometimes malted loaf recipes involve the use of eggs which makes it non vegan. But naturally the ingredient malt is vegan in itself.
Malt Powder Vegan- Vegan or Not?
Malt powder or dry malt points out two different things -malted barley flour or malted milk powder. Being vegan doesn’t even include the involvement of dairy products so in these two cases Malted barley flour is vegan, but malted milk powder is not as it does contain cow’s milk.
This form of malt powder is used widely in making various products such as malt extract suppliers, Barley Malt suppliers, Malted Milk Food, malt extract liquid in India
Malted Milk Vegan - Vegan or Not?
As discussed above vegan food doesn’t even involve the dairy product and mated milk is something made with milk as the major ingredient (contains evaporated whole milk from cows). Hence it is concluded that malte milk is not vegan.
Malted Milkshakes Vegan - Vegan or Not?
In the case of malted milkshakes, there are two major products - malt and milkshake. Malt here is vegan in itself as it’s just made from sprouted barley but milk in itself is not vegan. Malt ingredient used here does not involve any milk hence malted milkshakes can be considered as vegan
Malt Flavor Vegan - Vegan or Not?
Malt flavour, commonly referred to as malt extract, is purely vegan.
Malt extract is a product, derived from barley grains and water, packed with sugars plus some nutrients, including vitamin A and riboflavin. It is considered as a dietary supplement for undernourished children, adults and even for old age people.
Well the major point here is to see whether it's vegan or not. You can see that it doesn’t involve any dairy or animal product, hence making it vegan.
Malt Syrup Vegan - Vegan or Not?
Malt or malt extract is usually available in two forms - malt extract powder and malt extract liquid (commonly known as malt syrup). So malt syrup is basically malt extract, just in liquid form, which we already know - is vegan. Hence we can conclude that malt syrup is vegan.
So overall we can say that almost all malt products are vegan and majorly the ingredient malt is purely vegan in itself. To try this vegan product to make your recipes sweeter and nuttier - contact Mahalaxmi Malt Extract.
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