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Is émulsifiant.' lécithine de soja vegan?

Émulsifiant.' lécithine de soja is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is émulsifiant.' lécithine de soja?

Lecithin is a natural emulsifier derived from soybeans, and is commonly used as an ingredient in food processing. As an emulsifier, it helps to mix together ingredients that would otherwise separate, creating a smooth and uniform texture in products like chocolate, salad dressings, and baked goods. Lecithin is also valued for its ability to extend shelf life by preventing the separation of oil and water in products. It is a versatile ingredient that is easy to work with, and is often included in vegan and vegetarian recipes as a substitute for eggs in baking.

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