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Is pregelatinized wheat starch vegan?

Pregelatinized wheat starch is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pregelatinized wheat starch?

Pregelatinized wheat starch is a versatile food ingredient that has been precooked and dried to form a fine powder. It is commonly used in food processing as a thickener, stabilizer, and binder due to its ability to absorb water and form a gel-like texture. Pregelatinized wheat starch is a gluten-free option that is often used in gluten-free products as a substitute for wheat flour. This ingredient is also known for its ability to improve the texture and shelf life of baked goods, as well as enhance the flavor and appearance of sauces, soups, and gravies.

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