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Is soy albumin vegan?

Soy albumin is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is soy albumin?

Soy albumin is a high-protein, plant-based ingredient derived from soybeans. It is commonly used in various food products as a vegan alternative to animal-based proteins. Soy albumin is extracted from defatted soy flour using a water and acid solution, then purified to produce a white, odorless, and tasteless powder. Its versatility makes it an ideal ingredient for use in bakery goods, beverages, meat alternatives, and protein bars. Soy albumin is also an excellent source of essential amino acids, making it a popular choice among athletes, vegetarians, and health-conscious consumers seeking to increase their protein intake.

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