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Is azúcar de remolacha vegan?

Azúcar de remolacha is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is azúcar de remolacha?

Azúcar de remolacha, or beet sugar, is a natural sweetener extracted from sugar beets. The process involves washing and slicing the beets, then extracting the juice, which is boiled and evaporated to produce the sugar crystals. This type of sugar is often preferred over cane sugar due to its fine texture and subtle flavor. It is commonly used in baking, as well as in the production of certain food products such as confectionery, beverages, and dairy. Additionally, beet sugar is considered a healthier alternative to refined sugar as it contains more nutrients and has a lower glycemic index.

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