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Is soy lecithin added as an vegan?

Soy lecithin added as an is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is soy lecithin added as an?

Soy lecithin is a versatile and commonly used food ingredient that functions as an emulsifier, allowing ingredients that would otherwise separate, such as oil and water, to mix together smoothly. Extracted from soybeans, it is a natural source of phospholipids that can improve the texture, appearance, and shelf life of many processed foods. Soy lecithin is also used as a stabilizer and thickener in products like chocolate, baked goods, and salad dressings. Its unique properties make it a valuable ingredient for creating smooth and consistent food products.

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