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Is de levure vegan?

De levure is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de levure?

Dé levure is a French term that refers to "yeast," a microscopic organism that plays a crucial role in the baking and fermentation process. This ingredient is used to leaven dough, helping it rise and develop a light, fluffy texture. Yeast is available in several forms, including fresh, active dry, and instant. Dé levure is typically sold as a dry, granular powder and can be stored at room temperature for several months. It's an essential ingredient in bread, pizza dough, and many other baked goods, and adds a distinctive flavor and aroma to the final product.

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