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Is rapeseed lecithin vegan?

Rapeseed lecithin is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is rapeseed lecithin?

Rapeseed lecithin is a natural emulsifier derived from the seeds of the rapeseed plant. This versatile ingredient has a range of culinary applications, from improving the texture of sauces and dressings to enhancing the shelf life of baked goods. Rapeseed lecithin is also a source of choline, an essential nutrient that supports brain health and helps regulate metabolism. As a non-GMO, soy-free alternative to traditional lecithin, rapeseed lecithin is becoming an increasingly popular ingredient in the food industry. With its mild flavor and numerous health benefits, rapeseed lecithin is a must-have for any health-conscious home cook or food manufacturer.

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