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Is monokaliumphosphat vegan?

Monokaliumphosphat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is monokaliumphosphat?

Monokaliumphosphat is a food ingredient commonly used in the production of baked goods, such as bread and cakes. Also known as potassium dihydrogen phosphate, it is a white crystalline powder that serves as a leavening agent, helping dough and batter rise by releasing carbon dioxide when heated. Monokaliumphosphat is an important ingredient in many recipes, as it helps to create a light and fluffy texture, while also improving the overall flavor and appearance of baked goods. Additionally, it is commonly used in the production of soft drinks, as a buffering agent to control acidity.

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