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Is levadura vegan?

Levadura is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is levadura?

Levadura is a versatile food ingredient commonly used in baking to help bread and other baked goods rise. Also known as yeast, levadura is a single-celled organism that feeds on sugar and releases carbon dioxide gas as a byproduct, which causes the dough to expand and become light and fluffy. This ingredient comes in different forms, such as dry granules, fresh blocks, or instant powders, and can be used for a variety of recipes, from traditional sourdough bread to sweet pastries like cinnamon rolls. Levadura is a must-have ingredient for any aspiring baker looking to create delicious and airy baked goods.

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