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Is mit kohlensäure vegan?

Mit kohlensäure is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mit kohlensäure?

"Mit Kohlensäure" is a German term that translates to "with carbon dioxide," which is a gas commonly used to carbonate beverages. This ingredient is often found in carbonated drinks and sodas, giving them a fizzy texture and refreshing taste. Carbon dioxide is added under pressure to the liquid to create bubbles that tickle the tongue and provide a refreshing sensation. In addition to its use in beverages, this ingredient is also used in some food products, such as carbonated candy, to create a similar effervescence. "Mit Kohlensäure" adds a distinctive quality to drinks and snacks, making them an enjoyable treat for many people.

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