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Are salted caramel pieces vegan?

Salted caramel pieces is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is salted caramel pieces?

Salted caramel pieces are a delectable ingredient that adds both sweet and salty notes to any dish. These small, crunchy pieces are made by cooking sugar and butter until they caramelize into a rich golden-brown color, then mixing in a generous pinch of sea salt for a savory twist. The result is a mouthwatering combination of creamy, buttery caramel with a subtle hint of saltiness that enhances the overall flavor profile. These versatile pieces can be used as a topping for ice cream, mixed into cakes or cookies, or even added to savory dishes like roasted vegetables for a surprising pop of flavor.

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