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Is levure inactivée vegan?

Levure inactivée is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is levure inactivée?

Levure inactivée, also known as inactive yeast, is a food ingredient that is produced by deactivating live yeast cells. This process involves exposing the yeast to heat, which stops its ability to ferment and produce gas. The resulting product is a dry, powdery substance that is commonly used as a nutritional supplement or flavor enhancer in various foods and beverages. Levure inactivée is a rich source of B vitamins, amino acids, and minerals such as potassium and magnesium. It also has a slightly nutty and savory taste, which makes it a popular ingredient in vegan and vegetarian cuisine.

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