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  • abbreviation lecithin when used as an emulsifier


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  • Soy Lecithin (E322) -- an oily substance derived from soybeans.

    Hemi Weingarten: Does the World Need Pop-Tarts? 2009

  • Soybean concentrate is used to bind foods together and boost protein content, and soya lecithin, the emulsifier E322, is one of the most widely used food additives.

    British Blogs 2009

  • Soy Lecithin (E322) -- an oily substance derived from soybeans.

    The Full Feed from 2009

  • But I have a non-network version 1700 so I'm trying to find out if Lexmark's E322 is the same as Dell's 1700.

    Discussions: Message List - root 2008

  • Potato Starch, Vegetable Fat (Rapeseed), Raising Agents (E504 Magnesium Carbonate, E500 Sodium Bicarbonate), Emulsifier (Soya Lecithin (contains E322 Soya Lecithin, Glucose Syrup, Milk Protein, E551 Silicon Dioxide)).

    Yahoo! Answers: Latest Questions 2009


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