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Are muunneltu tärkkelys vegan?

Muunneltu tärkkelys is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is muunneltu tärkkelys?

Muunneltu tärkkelys is a Finnish term that refers to modified starch, which is a common food ingredient used as a thickening agent, stabilizer, and emulsifier in a variety of processed foods. Modified starch is created by treating natural starch with chemicals or enzymes to alter its properties, making it more stable and functional under various processing conditions. It is often found in products like sauces, gravies, soups, and dressings. Muunneltu tärkkelys can also be used in gluten-free products as a replacement for wheat flour, providing a similar texture and consistency to baked goods.

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