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Is extrait de de levure vegan?

Extrait de de levure is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is extrait de de levure?

Extrait de levure, or yeast extract, is a natural food ingredient made from yeast cells that have been broken down to release the naturally occurring glutamates. It has a rich, savory flavor often described as umami, and is commonly used as a flavor enhancer in a variety of food products, such as soups, sauces, and snacks. Yeast extract is also a source of B vitamins, minerals, and protein, making it a popular ingredient in plant-based and vegetarian foods. With its unique flavor and nutritional benefits, yeast extract is a versatile ingredient for adding depth and complexity to a wide range of dishes.

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