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Is natürliche hefe vegan?

Natürliche hefe is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is natürliche hefe?

Natürliche Hefe is a natural, organic and unadulterated type of yeast that is commonly used in breadmaking. It is grown without the use of chemicals or preservatives, making it a healthier option than commercial yeast. This type of yeast is made from a combination of flour and water, which creates an environment where wild yeast can grow and multiply. The resulting dough has a distinct aroma and flavor, with a slightly sour taste that adds depth to the finished product. Natürliche Hefe is easy to work with and produces excellent results, making it a favorite among bakers who value quality and authenticity in their bread.

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