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Are hydrolyzed soy proteins vegan?

Hydrolyzed soy proteins is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is hydrolyzed soy proteins?

Hydrolyzed soy proteins are derived from soybeans and are a popular food ingredient due to their ability to enhance flavor and texture. The process of hydrolysis breaks down the large protein molecules into smaller peptides, which are more easily absorbed by the body. These proteins are often used as a meat substitute in vegetarian and vegan dishes or added to processed foods to boost their protein content. Hydrolyzed soy proteins are also commonly found in sauces, soups, and snack foods. They are a rich source of amino acids and are considered a high-quality protein, making them a popular choice among health-conscious consumers.

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