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Is sulfato de calcio vegan?

Sulfato de calcio is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sulfato de calcio?

Sulfato de calcio, also known as calcium sulfate, is a food ingredient that is widely used in the food industry as a natural thickening and stabilizing agent. It is a white, odorless powder that is derived from gypsum rock and is safe for consumption in small quantities. Sulfato de calcio is commonly added to baked goods, such as bread and cakes, to improve their texture and moisture retention. It is also used in tofu production to help coagulate soy milk and create a firm texture. In addition to its culinary uses, sulfato de calcio is also used in the production of medicines, construction materials, and fertilizer.

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