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Is tea-abietoyl hydrolyzed animal protein vegan?

Tea-abietoyl hydrolyzed animal protein is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is tea-abietoyl hydrolyzed animal protein?

Tea-abietoyl hydrolyzed animal protein is a unique food ingredient derived from animal protein that has undergone hydrolysis and chemical modification with tea-derived compounds. This process results in a soluble powder that is high in protein content and has a unique flavor profile with earthy, woody, and slightly bitter notes. This ingredient is commonly used in the food industry as a natural flavor enhancer and texture improver. It is particularly effective in savory applications such as meat products, soups, and sauces, where it can impart a rich umami flavor and enhance the overall mouthfeel of the dish.

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