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Is levure désáctivée vegan?

Levure désáctivée is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is levure désáctivée?

Levure désactivée, also known as inactive yeast, is a type of yeast that has been deactivated through a heating process. It is commonly used as a nutritional supplement and as a flavor enhancer in various foods such as bread, crackers, and savory snacks. Despite being deactivated, it still retains many of its nutritional benefits, including high levels of protein, fiber, and B vitamins. Levure désactivée is also a popular ingredient in vegan and vegetarian diets due to its ability to add a savory, umami flavor to dishes without the use of meat or animal products.

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