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Is bicarbonato amónico vegan?

Bicarbonato amónico is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bicarbonato amónico?

Bicarbonato amónico, also known as ammonium bicarbonate, is a type of food-grade chemical compound that is commonly used as a leavening agent in baked goods. It is a white crystalline powder that releases carbon dioxide gas when heated, helping to create a light and airy texture in baked goods such as cookies, biscuits, and cakes. Bicarbonato amónico is often preferred over other leavening agents because it does not leave behind any unwanted flavors or odors in the finished product. Additionally, it is easy to handle and has a relatively long shelf life, making it a popular choice for bakers and food manufacturers alike.

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