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Is eau ajoutée vegan?

Eau ajoutée is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is eau ajoutée?

"Eau ajoutée" is a French term that translates to "added water" in English. As the name suggests, this ingredient refers to water that has been added to a product, typically for various reasons, such as to adjust the consistency or texture of the food, to dilute a concentrated ingredient, or to increase the yield. While "eau ajoutée" may not have any direct impact on the taste or nutritional value of a food product, it is an important factor to consider for manufacturers and consumers alike. Ensuring that the right amount of water is added is crucial in maintaining the quality and consistency of the food product.

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