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Are potato fibers vegan?

Potato fibers is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is potato fibers?

Potato fibers are a versatile and nutritious ingredient derived from the fibrous material of potatoes. These fibers have a neutral flavor and can be added to a wide range of foods, including baked goods, smoothies, and protein bars, to boost their fiber content and improve their texture. Potato fibers are low in calories and high in insoluble fiber, which helps regulate digestion and prevent constipation. They are also gluten-free and can be used as a substitute for wheat-based fibers in gluten-free recipes. With their many health benefits and culinary applications, potato fibers are a valuable ingredient for any health-conscious cook or baker.

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