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Is almidon trigo vegan?

Almidon trigo is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is almidon trigo?

"Almidon trigo" is the Spanish term for wheat starch, a versatile food ingredient derived from wheat grains. It is a fine, white powder that is commonly used in baking, cooking, and food processing due to its thickening and binding properties. Wheat starch is a gluten-free alternative to wheat flour and is often used as a thickener in sauces, gravies, and soups. It is also used in the production of noodles, pasta, and other baked goods to improve texture and increase shelf life. Wheat starch is a popular ingredient in many food products due to its neutral taste and ability to enhance the texture and appearance of foods.

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