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Is pyrophosphate de soude vegan?

Pyrophosphate de soude is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pyrophosphate de soude?

Pyrophosphate de soude, also known as sodium acid pyrophosphate, is a food ingredient commonly used in the baking industry as a leavening agent. This white, odorless powder is highly soluble in water and helps dough rise and become fluffy by releasing carbon dioxide gas. It can also be used as a chelating agent to prevent discoloration in certain foods, such as potatoes. Pyrophosphate de soude is considered safe for consumption by regulatory authorities and is often found in a variety of baked goods, including cakes, muffins, and bread.

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