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Is de levadura vegan?

De levadura is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de levadura?

De levadura is a Spanish term that refers to yeast, a crucial ingredient in many baked goods and alcoholic beverages. Yeast is a type of fungi that is responsible for fermentation, which converts sugars into alcohol and carbon dioxide. This process gives bread its airy texture and creates the bubbles in beer and wine. De levadura comes in various forms, including dry, instant, and fresh, and can be used in a wide range of recipes, from bread and pizza dough to cakes and pastries. Yeast is a versatile ingredient that adds flavor and texture to many dishes and is a staple in any baker's pantry.

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