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Is goma gelana vegan?

Goma gelana is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is goma gelana?

Goma gelana is a natural food ingredient derived from the seeds of certain plants, commonly found in Africa. It is a gelling agent that is often used as a vegetarian alternative to gelatin. This ingredient has a unique ability to form stable gels even in low concentrations, making it an ideal ingredient for a variety of applications. It has a neutral taste and odor, which makes it an excellent addition to both sweet and savory dishes. Goma gelana is also known for its smooth texture and ability to maintain the freshness of food products. It is widely used in the food industry to create products such as jams, jellies, and desserts.

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