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Is bicarbonates de sodium vegan?

Bicarbonates de sodium is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bicarbonates de sodium?

Bicarbonates de sodium, also known as sodium bicarbonate or baking soda, is a white crystalline powder with a slightly salty taste. It has various uses in the culinary world, including as a leavening agent for baking, a tenderizer for meats, and a deodorizer for refrigerators and other household items. Bicarbonates de sodium reacts with acids to produce carbon dioxide gas, which causes dough to rise and gives baked goods their light and fluffy texture. It is a versatile ingredient that is essential in many recipes and is also used in personal care products, cleaning agents, and medical treatments.

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