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Is bakkerszout vegan?

Bakkerszout is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bakkerszout?

Bakkerszout, also known as bakery salt, is a fine-grained salt used in baking. Unlike regular table salt, it is additive-free, making it ideal for controlling the rise of bread dough without affecting the flavor. Bakkerszout is also highly soluble, allowing it to evenly distribute throughout the dough. Due to its purity and quality, it is a favorite among professional bakers for making bread, pastries, and other baked goods. Its subtle flavor enhances the taste of baked goods without overpowering other ingredients. Whether you're a professional baker or an avid home cook, bakkerszout is an essential ingredient for creating delicious baked treats.

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