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Is azúcar de cañaº vegan?

Azúcar de cañaº is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is azúcar de cañaº?

Azúcar de caña, also known as cane sugar, is a natural sweetener made from the juice of the sugarcane plant. Unlike processed white sugar, it retains its natural brown color and has a richer, more complex flavor profile with hints of caramel and molasses. Cane sugar is often used in baking, coffee, tea, and other culinary applications where a natural and distinct sweetness is desired. It also contains trace amounts of vitamins and minerals, making it a healthier alternative to refined sugar. With its unique taste and natural origins, azúcar de caña is a versatile ingredient that adds a touch of sophistication to any recipe.

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