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Is apfelmark vegan?

Apfelmark is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is apfelmark?

Apfelmark, also known as apple puree or apple sauce, is a versatile ingredient that can add a touch of sweetness and texture to a variety of dishes. It is made by cooking down apples until they are soft and then pureeing them until smooth. This process helps to concentrate the flavor of the apples and create a thick, velvety texture. Apfelmark is commonly used as a topping for pancakes, oatmeal, or yogurt, but can also be used as a filling for pies or as a base for marinades and dressings. Its natural sweetness makes it a great alternative to sugar in baking recipes, and its high fiber content can also help to boost digestion.

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