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Is rehydrated soy protein vegan?

Rehydrated soy protein is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is rehydrated soy protein?

Rehydrated soy protein is a versatile and highly nutritious food ingredient made from defatted soy flour that has been rehydrated and processed into a protein-rich product. It is a popular plant-based protein source for vegetarians and vegans and is commonly used in meat analogues, such as veggie burgers and sausages, as well as in other processed foods. Rehydrated soy protein is an excellent source of protein, containing all the essential amino acids, and is low in fat and cholesterol-free. It is also rich in fiber, iron, and other essential nutrients, making it a healthy addition to any diet.

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