Lecithin is another name for phisohatidyl choiline, one of the phosolipids. Phosolipids are indespensable components of cell membranes and also natural emulsifiers, helping fat dissolve in water. Lecithin also contains Phosphatidial Serine, Phosphatidyl Inositol and Phospholipids Ethanolamine. Phospholipids contain fatty acids. Licithin contains Choline which is used in the body to manufacture brain neurotransmitters. Lecithin helps support a healthier cardiovascular system.
Commonly paired with other ingredients in bread baking.