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Is szójalecitin vegan?

Szójalecitin is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is szójalecitin?

Szójalecitin, also known as soy lecithin, is a transparent, oily substance derived from soybeans. It is commonly used as an emulsifier and stabilizer in food manufacturing due to its ability to blend together ingredients that would otherwise separate. This versatile ingredient can be found in a wide variety of products, including chocolate, baked goods, margarine, and salad dressings. Beyond its culinary uses, szójalecitin is also utilized in the pharmaceutical industry for its abilities to improve drug absorption and bioavailability. Its natural properties make it a popular choice for those seeking plant-based alternatives to traditional additives.

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