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Is fécule modifié vegan?

Fécule modifié is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fécule modifié?

Fécule modifié, also known as modified starch, is a versatile food ingredient commonly used in the food industry. It is derived from various plant sources such as corn, potato, and tapioca. The modification process involves physical, chemical, or enzymatic treatments to alter the properties of the starch, resulting in improved functionality and stability. Modified starch is a popular thickener, binder, and emulsifier used in a wide range of food products, including sauces, soups, bakery products, and processed meats. It is also used to improve texture and shelf life, making it a valuable ingredient in many food formulations.

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