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Is fish gelatine vegan?

Fish gelatine is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is fish gelatine?

Fish gelatine is a protein derived from fish collagen that has been processed into a soluble form. It is often used as a gelling agent in foods such as jellies, marshmallows, and desserts. Its unique properties make it an ideal ingredient for creating clear and firm gels with a smooth texture. Fish gelatine is also a popular choice for those who follow a specific dietary regimen, as it is gluten-free, dairy-free, and low in calories. Additionally, its high protein content makes it a great supplement for those looking to improve their skin, hair, and joint health.

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