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Are hydrolyzed vegetable proteins vegan?

Hydrolyzed vegetable proteins is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is hydrolyzed vegetable proteins?

Hydrolyzed vegetable proteins are a popular food ingredient used for their savory and umami flavor. They are derived from a variety of vegetable sources, such as soybeans, corn, wheat, and peas. The process of hydrolysis involves breaking down the proteins into smaller amino acid chains, which enhances their flavor and digestibility. This ingredient is often used as a natural flavor enhancer and can be found in a wide range of foods, including soups, sauces, snack foods, and meat products. Hydrolyzed vegetable proteins are also a popular ingredient in vegan and vegetarian food products due to their plant-based origin.

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