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Is natriumcarbonaat vegan?

Natriumcarbonaat is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is natriumcarbonaat?

Natriumcarbonaat, also known as sodium carbonate, is a white, odorless powder with the chemical formula Na2CO3. It is commonly used as a food additive and is an important ingredient in many industrial processes, including the production of glass, detergents, and paper. In food, natriumcarbonaat is used as a leavening agent, helping dough to rise and providing a light, airy texture in baked goods. It is also used as a pH regulator, enhancing the flavor of certain foods. Despite its many uses, natriumcarbonaat should be used in moderation, as excessive consumption can lead to adverse health effects.

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