Fast Easy Bread Liquid Soy Lecithin is a food grade natural emulsifier. This fat substitute helps two or more ingredients mix or emulsify that typically don’t want to be combined. For example, yeast with sugar, flour and water or cocoa powder and butter or oil and vinegar for salad dressings. Plus, the liquid lecithin blends much smoother and avoids clumping like lecithin powders or granules. This Lecithin will take a recipe from homemade to professionally homemade.
Baking: Lecithin can help in recipes for baking breads and other baked goods like cinnamon rolls and pizza. It helps improve the elasticity of the dough, which will enhance the product and make the finished goods be more chewy and light. Lecithin is also an antioxidant and enhances the stability of vitamins in baked goods. In addition, lecithin is often present in vegan or low fat cooking as an alternative to fat in baked goods, and it improves moisture and texture at the same time. Lastly, when baking cookies, adding lecithin helps create smooth, easily formed dough. The cookies made with lecithin remain pleasantly crumbly and it may even be possible to reduce the fat content in your cookie recipe. Lecithin also retards the oxidation of fat so cookies will stay fresh longer!
Margarine, Mayo & Butter:Lecithin can be added as an anti-spattering agent for shallow frying. Spattering during frying is caused by the explosion of water droplets as it is released from the emulsion or mixture. When you use liquid lecithin, the ingredients will coalescence and become bigger keeping them from spattering so much.
Other:This can also be used for lotions, conditioners, and cosmetics. It has moisturizing properties and is a softening and soothing agent.
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Elicia Durham –
I love this product. It is really easy to use with the squeeze bottle and it lasts a really long time!! Love this stuff!
Question: iIs this product gluten free?
FEB Admin –
Yes, this is gluten free.
Do you have to refrigerate it after its open?
FEB Admin –
No, you do not have to refrigerate liquid lecithin.