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Is contient du gaz carbonique vegan?

Contient du gaz carbonique is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is contient du gaz carbonique?

"Contient du gaz carbonique" is a food ingredient that contains carbon dioxide, a colorless and odorless gas that is naturally present in the air we breathe. In the context of food, carbon dioxide is often added to create a fizzing sensation or to enhance the texture of baked goods. When carbon dioxide dissolves in water, it produces carbonic acid, which gives drinks their characteristic tangy taste. While carbon dioxide is generally considered safe for consumption in food products, excessive consumption of carbonated beverages may lead to digestive discomfort.

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