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Is weizenkleber vegan?

Weizenkleber is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is weizenkleber?

Weizenkleber is a German term that refers to wheat gluten, a protein found in wheat. It is commonly used as an ingredient in bread making, where it helps to give bread its characteristic texture and elasticity. Weizenkleber is often added to bread dough to improve its rising ability and to create a more stable structure. This ingredient is also a popular choice among vegetarians and vegans as a protein source, as it is high in protein and low in fat. Additionally, Weizenkleber is known for its ability to bind ingredients together, making it a common ingredient in meat substitutes and vegetarian patties.

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