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Is à de cacao minimum vegan?

À de cacao minimum is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is à de cacao minimum?

"à de cacao minimum" is a term used to indicate the minimum amount of cocoa solids present in a chocolate product. It is a measure of the intensity and richness of the chocolate flavor. In general, the higher the percentage of cocoa solids, the more complex and robust the chocolate will taste. This term is commonly used in the chocolate industry to differentiate between different types of chocolate, with dark chocolate having a higher percentage of cocoa solids than milk or white chocolate. When selecting chocolate, looking for a high "à de cacao minimum" percentage can ensure a more satisfying and indulgent chocolate experience.

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