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Are amidon natif du maïs vegan?

Amidon natif du maïs is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is amidon natif du maïs?

Amidon natif du maïs is a natural starch extracted from corn kernels. It is a fine, white powder that is commonly used as a thickening agent in a variety of food products, including soups, sauces, and gravies. Due to its neutral flavor and excellent binding properties, it is also used in the production of baked goods, such as bread, cakes, and cookies. As a gluten-free alternative to wheat flour, it is an essential ingredient in many gluten-free recipes. Additionally, amidon natif du maïs is often used in the manufacturing of various industrial products, including paper, textiles, and adhesives.

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