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Is contient levure désactivée vegan?

Contient levure désactivée is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is contient levure désactivée?

"Levure désactivée" is a French term for deactivated yeast, a commonly used food ingredient. This type of yeast is no longer active and has been heated to a high temperature, which deactivates the enzymes that aid in fermentation. Deactivated yeast is often used as a nutritional supplement due to its high protein content, B-vitamins, and minerals. It can be added to smoothies, shakes or sprinkled on top of meals as a healthy boost. Additionally, it can be used as a natural flavor enhancer in savory dishes like soups and stews, adding a subtle nutty and cheesy taste.

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