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Is kaliumtartrat vegan?

Kaliumtartrat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kaliumtartrat?

Kaliumtartrat, also known as potassium bitartrate or cream of tartar, is a natural and versatile ingredient commonly used in baking and cooking. It is a potassium salt that is extracted from the sediment of wine barrels after the fermentation process. Kaliumtartrat is often used as a leavening agent in baking, as well as in the production of candy, soft drinks, and some wines. It also has a range of other uses, such as stabilizing egg whites, preventing crystallization of sugar, and enhancing the flavor of certain foods. With its unique properties and natural origin, kaliumtartrat is a must-have ingredient for any home cook or baker.

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