Baking without animal products is very much in vogue. More and more people are deciding to do without animal ingredients in their food. But is flour vegan? This is a question that many people ask themselves when they start looking into the subject. In this post, you'll learn everything you need to know about vegan baking and flour.
Vegan baking does without animal products, such as eggs, milk or butter, and uses plant-based alternatives instead. There are numerous vegan baking recipes that are just as delicious as the classic versions with animal ingredients. The goal is to conjure up a baked good that not only tastes delicious, but also does not involve animal suffering.
Yes, flour is basically vegan because it is made from grain. However, animal products may be used in the production chain of flour, e.g. lubricants on the machines or during transport. To be sure that the flour used is vegan, it is worth buying specially labeled products or asking the manufacturer.
There are various types of flour that are suitable for vegan baking. Here is an overview:
Eggs are one of the most common animal ingredients in baking. But you can also bake without eggs. Here are a few alternatives:
There are a few things to keep in mind when baking vegan:
Vegan baking doesn't have to be witchcraft. With the right ingredients and tools, you can conjure up just as delicious baked goods as with animal products. Flour is usually vegan, but animal products may be used in the production chain. It is also important to look for vegan egg alternatives and other ingredients to bake completely without animal suffering.
I am Julius Walter, the founder of the blog "Veganhalunke", where I write about the vegan lifestyle. As a long-time vegan, I want to inspire others to also switch to a vegan diet and live an environmentally conscious lifestyle. I offer advice and tips for making the switch to a vegan diet and hope that my blog can help make a positive change for our world.