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Are anglies dioksidas vegan?

Anglies dioksidas is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is anglies dioksidas?

"Anglies dioksidas," also known as "angel's dioxide," is a food ingredient that is commonly used in baked goods and other food products. It is a chemical compound that is produced during the baking process, and it acts as a leavening agent, helping to create light and fluffy textures in breads, cakes, and other baked goods. Angel's dioxide is often combined with other leavening agents, such as yeast or baking powder, to help achieve the desired rise and texture in baked goods. Despite its slightly ominous-sounding name, angel's dioxide is a widely used and safe ingredient in the food industry.

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