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Is au sucre de canne vegan?

Au sucre de canne is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is au sucre de canne?

"Au sucre de canne" is a French phrase that translates to "with cane sugar" in English. Cane sugar is a natural sweetener that is derived from the juice of the sugarcane plant. It has a distinctive flavor that is both sweet and slightly caramel-like. Unlike refined sugar, which is highly processed and stripped of nutrients, cane sugar retains some of the minerals and nutrients present in the sugarcane plant, including potassium, magnesium, and calcium. This ingredient is commonly used in baking and cooking to add sweetness and depth of flavor to a variety of dishes, from cakes and cookies to sauces and marinades.

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