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Are cocoa mas vegan?

Cocoa mas is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cocoa mas?

Cocoa mass, also known as cocoa liquor, is a key ingredient in the production of high-quality chocolate. It is made from ground cocoa beans that have been roasted and fermented to develop their characteristic rich flavor and aroma. Cocoa mass has a smooth, velvety texture and a deep, complex flavor profile with notes of fruit, nuts, and spices. It contains both cocoa solids and cocoa butter, making it an essential building block for a wide range of chocolate products, from bars and truffles to cakes and pastries. Its versatility and intense chocolatey taste make it a popular choice among professional chocolatiers and home bakers alike.

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