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Is inaktivierte hefe vegan?

Inaktivierte hefe is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is inaktivierte hefe?

Inaktivierte Hefe, also known as inactive yeast, is a food ingredient that has been deactivated through a heating process. This means that it cannot be used for its traditional purpose of leavening bread or fermenting beverages. However, inaktivierte Hefe still contains many beneficial nutrients such as B vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. It is often used in the food industry as a flavor enhancer and natural source of umami, or savory taste. Inaktivierte Hefe is commonly found in soups, sauces, seasonings, and snacks, providing not only a delicious taste but also a nutritional boost to your diet.

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