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Is zuursel vegan?

Zuursel is potentially vegan - it can be derived from plants or animals. You should ask the manufacturer for more details.

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So, what is zuursel?

Zuursel is a Dutch term for a type of sourdough starter used in baking. This natural leavening agent is made by fermenting flour and water with beneficial bacteria and wild yeast. Zuursel is a key ingredient in traditional Dutch bread, giving it a distinct tangy flavor and chewy texture. The process of making zuursel involves a combination of art and science, with bakers carefully tending to the starter over time to ensure its health and vitality. Whether you're a professional baker or a home cook, using zuursel in your bread recipes can elevate your baking to a whole new level.

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