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Is kazeinian sodu vegan?

Kazeinian sodu is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is kazeinian sodu?

Kazeinian sodu, also known as sodium caseinate, is a highly soluble protein derived from the milk of cows. This versatile ingredient is often used as a stabilizer and emulsifier in the food industry, helping to improve the texture and consistency of processed foods like cheese, whipped cream, and ice cream. Kazeinian sodu is also a source of essential amino acids, making it a popular ingredient in sports nutrition products and protein supplements. Its ability to form a strong, flexible film has led to its use in the manufacturing of adhesives, paints, and other industrial products.

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