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Level Up Vegan Baking with Plant-Based Lecithin

It is not wrong to refer to plant-based lecithin as an unsung hero of the vegan baking world. The natural and versatile ingredient goes beyond the boundaries of simply emulsifying fats and oils. It enhances dough elasticity, improves crumb texture, extends shelf life, and even adds a subtle richness to baked goods. 

For food and beverage manufacturers targeting the booming vegan market in European countries, incorporating plant-based lecithin into their baking repertoire can be a game-changer. 

With this article, we have delved into the various benefits of using plant-based lecithin in vegan baking, explored sourcing considerations for manufacturers, and showcased a few practical applications to elevate your plant-based baked goods to new heights.

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