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Is lecytyny sojowe vegan?

Lecytyny sojowe is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is lecytyny sojowe?

Lecytyny sojowe, also known as soy lecithin, is a natural emulsifier derived from soybeans. It's a widely used food ingredient that helps to blend fats and water-based ingredients together, giving products a smooth and consistent texture. Soy lecithin is often found in baked goods, chocolate, and other processed foods, where it acts as a stabilizer and extends shelf life. This versatile ingredient can also be used in non-food applications such as cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. While derived from a plant source, soy lecithin should be avoided by those with soy allergies or sensitivities.

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