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Is apfelfaser! vegan?

Apfelfaser! is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is apfelfaser!?

Apfelfaser is a versatile and nutrient-rich food ingredient that is gaining popularity in the culinary world. This highly fibrous powder is derived from the pulp of apples, making it an all-natural and sustainable product. Apfelfaser can be used as a thickening agent in sauces, soups, and dressings, as well as a binding agent in baked goods. It boasts a range of health benefits, including aiding digestion, promoting satiety, and reducing cholesterol levels. With its subtle apple flavor and unique texture, apfelfaser is a must-have ingredient for any health-conscious cook or baker looking to add wholesome fiber to their recipes.

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