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Is węglan sodu vegan?

Węglan sodu is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is węglan sodu?

Węglan sodu, also known as sodium carbonate or washing soda, is a white, odorless powder with a salty taste. It is a naturally occurring compound found in the ashes of plants and is commonly used in various industries, including glass, detergent, and paper manufacturing. In the food industry, węglan sodu is used as a food additive, pH regulator, and leavening agent. It helps to enhance the texture and flavor of baked goods, such as bread and cookies, and is also used in the production of various cheeses. Węglan sodu is generally considered safe for consumption in small amounts, but excessive intake may cause digestive discomfort.

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