Flavor Enhancers

MSG, soy protein and more food flavoring

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FAQs about Flavor Enhancers for Food


What are the benefits of flavour enhancers?

Flavour enhancers are used to make food more appetizing. This can be done by adding spices and herbs, or by adding a sauce to the dish.
The use of flavour enhancers has been around for centuries, but it is only in the last few decades that science has started to understand how they work.
There are many benefits of using flavour enhancers in your dishes, including:
- Making food taste better
- Making it easier to cook certain foods
- Enhancing the natural flavours

Are flavour enhancers bad for you?

Some people believe that artificial flavors are bad for you because they may contain chemicals that can be toxic. Some people also think that natural flavor enhancers taste better than artificial ones because they have a more intense taste. However, at mySibi, we make sure that all our vendors' products are FDA certified and safe to consume without compromising health.

What are the types of flavour enhancers?

The three main types of flavour enhancers are salt, sugar, and MSG (monosodium glutamate). Salt is a natural flavour enhancer found in many foods. Sugar is another type of natural flavour enhancer that is found naturally in fruit and other foods. MSG is a compound that is used as a flavouring agent in many Asian dishes as it is the purest form of unami.
In addition to these, here you can also find:
Soy protein
Autolyzed Yeast
Yeast Extracts

What are examples of flavour enhancers?

The most popular flavor enhancers are salt, pepper, sugar, garlic, onion and various herbs.
Salt: Salt is the most popular flavor enhancer because it brings out the natural flavors of food. It is also an important part of many recipes.
Pepper: Pepper can be used as a spice or a seasoning. It has a spicy taste that adds depth to food.
Sugar: Sugar helps to bring out the other flavors in food by providing contrast and balance.
Garlic: Garlic has been used for centuries as a flavor enhancer and seasoning in cooking because of its unique taste that adds depth to food.
Onion: Onion is used for flavoring dishes with its sweet taste and distinctive aroma
At mySibi, you can find these and more Flavor enhancers in different presentations, including oleoresin.

Are flavour enhancers vegetarian?

Many of these food additives are obtained from minerals, vegetables and herbs. So you can be sure that these enhancers are suitable for vegans. At mySibi we recommend that you read the description of the product before buying it, so you can be sure that it does not have components that may not be suitable for people on a vegan diet.