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Is doeskin vegan?

Doeskin is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is doeskin?

Doeskin is a food ingredient that is derived from the inner bark of the slippery elm tree. It is a fibrous substance that is often used as a natural thickener and emulsifier in food and beverage products. Doeskin has a unique texture and is prized for its ability to create a smooth, creamy consistency in a variety of applications. It is also high in fiber and is believed to have a number of health benefits, including soothing the digestive system and reducing inflammation. Doeskin is a versatile ingredient that can be used in everything from baked goods to sauces and dressings, making it a popular choice among food manufacturers and chefs alike.

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