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Is tartrati di potassio vegan?

Tartrati di potassio is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tartrati di potassio?

Tartrati di potassio is an ingredient commonly used in food preservation and baking. It is also known as potassium tartrate, and its chemical formula is KC4H5O6. This colorless crystalline powder is obtained from the sediment of fermented grape juice or wine. It has a sour taste and is often used as a leavening agent in baking. Tartrati di potassio helps to stabilize whipped cream, prevent sugar crystallization, and increase the volume of baked goods. Moreover, it is used in the production of effervescent beverages and as a laxative in pharmaceutical products.

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