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Is ovalbumin vegan?

Ovalbumin is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is ovalbumin?

Ovalbumin is a versatile and valuable food ingredient that is widely used in various culinary applications. As the major protein component of egg whites, ovalbumin offers exceptional emulsifying, foaming, and gelling properties, making it a popular ingredient in food products ranging from baked goods and confectionery to dairy products and meat analogs. Ovalbumin is also rich in essential amino acids, providing a complete protein source for vegetarians and vegans. With its unique functional and nutritional properties, ovalbumin is a vital ingredient for food manufacturers looking to create high-quality, nutritious, and delicious food products.

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