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Is watered-silk vegan?

Watered-silk is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is watered-silk?

Watered-silk is a luxurious and delicate fabric that has been replicated in the form of a food ingredient. This unique ingredient is made by taking thin, translucent sheets of gelatin and gently simmering them in water until they become pliable and silky. The resulting texture is reminiscent of the soft, flowing drape of silk fabric, with a delicate, almost translucent appearance. Watered-silk is a versatile ingredient that can be used in a variety of sweet and savory dishes, adding a delicate texture and subtle flavor. It can be used as a garnish, wrapper or a textural element, making it a popular choice for chefs and food enthusiasts alike.

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