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What is the emulsifier in ice cream?

What is the emulsifier in ice cream?

A common - and better - emulsifier for ice cream is soy lecithin, which can be derived from soybeans, sunflowers and rapeseed. Soy lecithin has a neutral taste, and also allows you to make egg-less ice cream.

How is emulsion used in ice cream?

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