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Is levadura en polvo vegan?

Levadura en polvo is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is levadura en polvo?

Levadura en polvo, also known as baking powder, is a dry chemical leavening agent used in many baked goods to help them rise. It is typically made from a mixture of sodium bicarbonate, an acid, and a starch or flour. When combined with a liquid, such as water or milk, it produces carbon dioxide gas which causes the batter or dough to expand and become light and fluffy. This ingredient is essential for achieving the perfect texture in cakes, cookies, and breads, and is commonly found in many kitchens and bakeries around the world.

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