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Is amidons modifiés de blé vegan?

Amidons modifiés de blé is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is amidons modifiés de blé?

"Amidons modifiés de blé" is a French term that refers to modified wheat starches. These starches are derived from wheat and undergo a modification process that alters their physical and chemical properties. The modifications can include changes in viscosity, gel strength, and stability. These modified starches are commonly used as food additives to improve the texture, appearance, and shelf life of processed foods. They are often found in baked goods, sauces, and soups. As an ingredient, they play a crucial role in enhancing the mouthfeel and overall quality of many popular food products.

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