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Is hidrolizált növényi fehérje vegan?

Hidrolizált növényi fehérje is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is hidrolizált növényi fehérje?

Hydrolyzed vegetable protein, also known as HVP or hidrolizált növényi fehérje, is a food ingredient made by breaking down vegetable protein into smaller molecules through a process called hydrolysis. This process makes the protein more easily digestible and increases its flavor-enhancing properties. HVP is commonly used as a flavor enhancer in processed foods such as soups, sauces, and snack foods. It is a popular ingredient in vegetarian and vegan foods as it can provide a savory or umami taste similar to that of meat. HVP is also used in the production of pet food and animal feed.

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