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Is tarwe-eiwit vegan?

Tarwe-eiwit is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tarwe-eiwit?

Tarwe-eiwit is the Dutch term for wheat protein, a high-quality ingredient derived from wheat. It is a white, fine powder with a neutral taste and smell. Tarwe-eiwit is an excellent source of plant-based protein, containing all nine essential amino acids necessary for human health. It is often used as a substitute for animal-based protein in vegan and vegetarian diets. Tarwe-eiwit is also commonly used in food manufacturing to enhance the texture and nutritional profile of baked goods, pasta, and other products. Due to its versatility and nutritional benefits, tarwe-eiwit has become a popular ingredient in the health and wellness industry.

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