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Is du soya vegan?

Du soya is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is du soya?

Du soya, also known as "fermented soybean paste," is a traditional East Asian condiment with a savory, umami-rich flavor. Made from fermented soybeans, this ingredient has a thick, smooth texture and a pungent aroma that enhances the taste of dishes. Du soya is a versatile ingredient that can be used in marinades, stir-fries, sauces, and soups, adding depth and complexity to the flavor profile. With its high protein content, du soya is also a popular meat substitute in vegetarian and vegan cuisine. This ingredient is a staple in Korean, Japanese, and Chinese cuisine and is becoming increasingly popular in Western cuisine due to its unique taste and health benefits.

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