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Is mikrobiologinen juoksute vegan?

Mikrobiologinen juoksute is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mikrobiologinen juoksute?

Mikrobiologinen juoksute, also known as microbial rennet, is a natural coagulant derived from microbial sources such as fungi and bacteria. It is commonly used in cheese making as a substitute for animal rennet, which is obtained from the stomach lining of young mammals. Mikrobiologinen juoksute works by breaking down the milk protein casein, causing it to form curds and whey. This process is essential for the formation of many types of cheese, including soft cheeses like feta and hard cheeses like cheddar. Due to its plant-based origin, mikrobiologinen juoksute is a popular choice among vegetarians and vegans.

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