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Is τροποποιημένο άμυλο αραβοσίτου vegan?

Τροποποιημένο άμυλο αραβοσίτου is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is τροποποιημένο άμυλο αραβοσίτου?

"Τροποποιημένο άμυλο αραβοσίτου," also known as modified corn starch, is a common food ingredient used as a thickening agent in a variety of recipes. It is derived from corn and has been chemically modified to improve its ability to thicken and stabilize food products. This versatile ingredient is often found in processed foods such as soups, sauces, gravies, and baked goods. Despite some concerns about potential health risks associated with consuming modified corn starch, it is generally recognized as safe for human consumption by regulatory authorities.

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