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Is gélatine de porc et de vegan?

Gélatine de porc et de is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gélatine de porc et de?

Gélatine de porc et de refers to a food ingredient made from the collagen found in the skin, bones, and connective tissues of pigs. It is commonly used as a gelling agent in a wide range of foods, including desserts, jellies, and confectionery. This type of gelatin is known for its excellent gelling ability and its ability to produce clear, transparent gels that are free from any off-flavors or odors. Gélatine de porc et de is a versatile ingredient that is valued by chefs and home cooks alike for its ability to enhance the texture and mouthfeel of various dishes.

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