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Is azucar mascabado vegan?

Azucar mascabado is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is azucar mascabado?

Azucar mascabado, also known as muscovado sugar, is a type of unrefined cane sugar that has a rich, caramel-like flavor and a moist, sticky texture. It is made by boiling freshly squeezed sugarcane juice until it thickens and crystallizes. Unlike refined white sugar, which is heavily processed and stripped of all its natural molasses and nutrients, azucar mascabado retains its molasses content and natural brown color, giving it a distinct aroma and taste. It is commonly used in baking, cooking, and as a sweetener in beverages such as coffee and tea. Due to its unique flavor profile, it is also a popular ingredient in many traditional dishes from Latin America and the Caribbean.

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