Organic Vital Wheat Gluten - Meelunie

Organic Vital Wheat Gluten

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Organic vital wheat gluten is derived from organic wheat grain and offers a high protein, strong binding ingredient to many applications. Used extensively in the bakery industry, organic vital wheat gluten offers a concentrated, high protein solution that aids in the texture and nutritional content of many baking applications. Furthermore, it’s strong binding capacity helps to maintain structure in many plant-based meats.

Applications

Baking:

A high protein gluten solution to many baking applications

  • Cakes
  • Mixtures
  • Cookies

 

Bread:

Aids in the rise and texture of different types of bread

  • Bread
  • Pizza
  • Dough

 

Meat analogues:

Helps in the binding capacity of various plant-based meat alternatives

  • Burgers
  • Sausages
  • Plant-based chicken

 

Pet Food: 

A strong binding, high energy solution to various pet-food applications

  • Pet food
  • Dog snacks

 

 

 

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bakery | desserts | processed meat | meat & sausages




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