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Is sojafett vegan?

Sojafett is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sojafett?

Sojafett is a unique and versatile food ingredient derived from soybeans, widely used in vegan and vegetarian diets. It is a plant-based substitute for animal fats like butter, lard, and tallow. Sojafett is produced by hydrogenating soybean oil, which transforms the liquid oil into a solid form, making it easier to use in cooking and baking. This process also increases the shelf life of the product. Sojafett has a mild flavor and a creamy texture, making it an excellent choice for spreads, pastry dough, and baked goods. It is also a good source of unsaturated fats and contains no cholesterol, making it a healthier option than animal fats.

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