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Are et diphosphates vegan?

Et diphosphates is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is et diphosphates?

Et diphosphates, also known as E450, are a type of food additive commonly used as a leavening agent in baked goods. They are a combination of disodium diphosphate and sodium acid pyrophosphate, and are often found in cake mixes, bread, and other baked goods. Et diphosphates work by releasing carbon dioxide gas when heated, which helps the dough or batter to rise and become light and fluffy. While generally considered safe in small amounts, some studies have suggested that high levels of et diphosphates may have negative health effects, such as interfering with calcium absorption in the body.

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