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Is skrobia ryżowa vegan?

Skrobia ryżowa is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is skrobia ryżowa?

Skrobia ryżowa is a high-quality starch extracted from rice, commonly used as a thickening agent in various food products. This versatile ingredient is gluten-free and has a neutral taste, making it an excellent choice for those with dietary restrictions or allergies. Due to its ability to absorb water and form gels, skrobia ryżowa is frequently used to enhance the texture of sauces, soups, and desserts. It can also be used to coat foods before frying, giving them a crispy and golden-brown exterior. Additionally, skrobia ryżowa is a common ingredient in Asian cuisine, where it is used to make noodles, dumplings, and other delicacies.

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