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Is bakpulver vegan?

Bakpulver is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bakpulver?

Bakpulver, also known as baking powder, is a common food ingredient used in baking to help dough or batter rise. It is a combination of baking soda, cream of tartar, and a moisture absorber. When mixed with liquid, bakpulver releases carbon dioxide gas, causing the dough or batter to expand and become light and fluffy. Unlike baking soda, which requires an acidic ingredient to activate, bakpulver is self-activating, making it a popular choice for quick breads and cakes. It is a versatile and essential ingredient in many recipes, from classic chocolate cake to savory cornbread.

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