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Is gomma adragante vegan?

Gomma adragante is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is gomma adragante?

Gomma Adragante, also known as gum tragacanth, is a natural plant-based gum extracted from the Astragalus species of shrubs. It has been widely used in culinary arts for centuries due to its unique properties that make it an excellent emulsifier and thickening agent. Its distinctive texture and ability to absorb water quickly make it perfect for use in ice creams, candies, and other confectionery products. Gomma Adragante is also commonly found in traditional medicine for its anti-inflammatory and healing properties. Additionally, this versatile ingredient is used in various industries, including textiles, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals.

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