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Is hidrolizált szójafehérje vegan?

Hidrolizált szójafehérje is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is hidrolizált szójafehérje?

Hydrolyzed soy protein, or "hidrolizált szójafehérje" in Hungarian, is a food ingredient derived from soybeans that has been broken down into smaller peptides through a process called hydrolysis. This process makes it easier for the body to digest and absorb the protein. Hydrolyzed soy protein is often used as a flavor enhancer and texturizer in a variety of food products, such as soups, sauces, and processed meats. It is also a common ingredient in vegan and vegetarian products as a source of protein. Additionally, it can be used as a dietary supplement for those looking to increase their protein intake.

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