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Are invert sugar syrups vegan?

Invert sugar syrups is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is invert sugar syrups?

Invert sugar syrups are a sweetening ingredient made by breaking down sucrose into its component sugars, glucose and fructose. This process involves adding an acid, such as lemon juice or cream of tartar, to a solution of sugar and water and heating it. The resulting syrup is sweeter than regular sugar and has a smooth texture that makes it ideal for use in baked goods, confections, and beverages. Invert sugar syrups also help to prevent crystallization and extend the shelf life of foods. They are a popular choice among bakers and pastry chefs due to their ability to enhance flavor and improve the texture of their creations.

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