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Is azúcar morena de caña vegan?

Azúcar morena de caña is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is azúcar morena de caña?

Azúcar morena de caña, or brown cane sugar, is a minimally processed sweetener derived from the sugar cane plant. Unlike refined white sugar, which is stripped of its natural molasses content, brown cane sugar retains some of the molasses, giving it a distinctive caramel color and flavor. It's often used in baking to add a rich, earthy sweetness to recipes, and can also be used as a topping for oatmeal, yogurt, or fruit. Brown cane sugar is a more natural alternative to refined sugar, making it a popular choice among health-conscious consumers who want to avoid overly processed foods.

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