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Plant-based Lecithin vs Eggs for Baking: Which is the Better Option

Phospholipids are naturally present in egg yolk and work as an emulsifier when whisked with the ingredients of baking batter. For vegan-friendly baked edibles, the same amount of phospholipids is added to the uncooked batter through plant-based lecithin. The question, however, that arises is, does it deliver the exact same quality pastry that is baked with eggs? We have tried to answer this question in our latest off-site blog titled Plant-based Lecithin vs Eggs for Baking: Which is the Better Option

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A Guide to Plant-Based Lecithin for Edibles Manufacturers

A Guide to Plant-Based Lecithin for Edibles Manufacturers

Adding lecithin to edibles helps them keep their structure and texture while also considerably lowering their fat content, making them healthier.

What are Functional Foods and Why Do They Need Lecithin?

What are Functional Foods and Why Do They Need Lecithin?

Functional foods offer exclusive health benefits and undergo fortifications and enrichments, and lecithin acts as just another nutrient for them.

Use of Lecithin in the Production of Margarine

Use of Lecithin in the Production of Margarine

Adding lecithin to margarine helps with the emulsion of ingredients while making it less sticky with a more consistent texture and increases its shelf life.

Can Soy Lecithin be Used for Ice Cream Emulsification?

Can Soy Lecithin be Used for Ice Cream Emulsification?

Soy lecithin is the best option for ice cream emulsification as it provides a better blending of fat and water while also stabilising the formulation for a smoother surface