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Is protéine de végétale hydrolysée vegan?

Protéine de végétale hydrolysée is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is protéine de végétale hydrolysée?

"Protéine de végétale hydrolysée" is a plant-based protein powder that is made by breaking down large protein molecules into smaller fragments called peptides. This process of hydrolysis makes the protein more easily digestible and absorbed by the body. The resulting powder is a high-quality protein source that is rich in essential amino acids, making it an ideal supplement for vegans, vegetarians, and anyone looking to increase their protein intake without consuming animal products. It can be used in a variety of recipes, from protein shakes and smoothies to baked goods and savory dishes, to boost their protein content.

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