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Is natriumcarbonate vegan?

Natriumcarbonate is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is natriumcarbonate?

Natriumcarbonate, also known as sodium carbonate or soda ash, is a white, odorless powder commonly used in the food industry as a pH adjuster, food additive, and leavening agent. It is also used in glassmaking, cleaning products, and as a water softener. Natriumcarbonate is derived from the ashes of burnt plants and has a strong alkaline taste. It is soluble in water and can be found in various forms such as monohydrate, decahydrate, and anhydrous. When used in food, it can enhance the texture and flavor of baked goods, while also helping to reduce acidity.

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