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Is bicarbonate de soude e500ii vegan?

Bicarbonate de soude e500ii is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bicarbonate de soude e500ii?

Bicarbonate de soude E500ii is a white, crystalline powder that is commonly used in cooking and baking as a leavening agent. It reacts with acidic ingredients like vinegar or lemon juice to produce carbon dioxide gas, which causes doughs and batters to rise. This food ingredient is also used as a cleaning agent and odor neutralizer due to its ability to absorb odors and break down grease and dirt. Bicarbonate de soude E500ii is considered safe for consumption in small quantities and is often used in conjunction with other leavening agents like yeast or baking powder to achieve the desired texture and flavor in baked goods.

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