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Are cane molasses vegan?

Cane molasses is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cane molasses?

Cane molasses is a natural sweetener made from the juice of sugarcane that has been boiled down to create a thick, dark syrup with a distinctively rich, robust flavor. This thick and viscous syrup is high in minerals like iron, calcium, and potassium, and it adds a unique depth and complexity to many dishes, from marinades and glazes to baked goods and desserts. Cane molasses can also be used to replace refined sugars in recipes, offering a healthier alternative with a lower glycemic index. Whether used as a primary ingredient or a subtle accent, cane molasses is a versatile and flavorful addition to any kitchen.

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