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Is citronsyra vegan?

Citronsyra is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is citronsyra?

Citronsyra is a Swedish term for citric acid, a natural and highly versatile food ingredient that's commonly used in cooking, baking, and food preservation. This white, crystalline powder has a tangy, sour taste, and is found naturally in citrus fruits like lemons, limes, and oranges. It's commonly used as a natural preservative and flavor enhancer, and is also used in cosmetics, cleaning products, and pharmaceuticals. Citronsyra is a common ingredient in many types of candy, beverages, and baked goods, as well as in marinades and dressings. It's a popular alternative to vinegar in many recipes, and is often used in place of lemon juice or zest.

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