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Are oglekļa dioksīds vegan?

Oglekļa dioksīds is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is oglekļa dioksīds?

Oglekļa dioksīds, also known as carbon dioxide, is a colorless, odorless gas that occurs naturally in the Earth's atmosphere. It is an important ingredient in the food industry, where it is used to create carbonation in soft drinks and other beverages. Carbon dioxide is also used as a preservative in some foods, such as cheese, to prevent spoilage. In addition to its culinary applications, carbon dioxide has many other uses, including in fire extinguishers, refrigeration systems, and medical settings. Despite its widespread use, carbon dioxide can be harmful to humans in high concentrations, making proper handling and storage crucial.

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