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Are mélasse de sucre de cannes vegan?

Mélasse de sucre de cannes is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mélasse de sucre de cannes?

Mélasse de sucre de cannes, also known as cane sugar molasses, is a thick, dark, viscous syrup with a distinctively rich, bittersweet flavor. It is made by boiling the juice of sugar cane until it becomes concentrated and caramelized, resulting in a deeply colored syrup with a consistency similar to honey. This versatile ingredient is commonly used in baking, marinades, and sauces, as well as in the production of rum and other spirits. In addition to its unique flavor profile, mélasse de sucre de cannes is also a good source of iron, calcium, and other essential minerals.

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