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Is cóncentré de proteines de soja vegan?

Cóncentré de proteines de soja is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cóncentré de proteines de soja?

"Cóncentré de protéines de soja" is a high-protein ingredient derived from soybeans. It is made by removing the outer hull of soybeans and then grinding the remaining material into a fine powder. This powder is then processed to remove the carbohydrates and fat, leaving behind a concentrated source of protein that is rich in essential amino acids. Cóncentré de protéines de soja is a versatile ingredient that can be used in a wide range of applications, including meat alternatives, baked goods, and protein supplements. It is a popular choice among vegetarians and vegans as a plant-based source of protein.

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