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Is gehydrolyseerd koolzaadeiwit vegan?

Gehydrolyseerd koolzaadeiwit is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gehydrolyseerd koolzaadeiwit?

"Gehydrolyseerd koolzaadeiwit" is a Dutch term that refers to hydrolyzed rapeseed protein. This ingredient is derived from the seeds of the rapeseed plant and is processed to break down the protein into smaller fragments. The resulting hydrolyzed rapeseed protein is a high-quality, easily digestible source of plant-based protein that is often used in food manufacturing as an alternative to animal-based proteins. It is commonly found in vegan and vegetarian products, as well as in protein bars, supplements, and sports drinks. Its mild, nutty flavor makes it a versatile ingredient that can be used in a variety of recipes.

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