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Is bronwater vegan?

Bronwater is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bronwater?

Bronwater is a Dutch term that translates to "spring water." It refers to naturally sourced, pure and pristine water that emerges from underground springs. This type of water is highly regarded for its mineral content and unique taste, making it a popular choice for culinary purposes. Bronwater is typically bottled at the source and may contain varying levels of minerals, such as calcium, magnesium, and potassium. It is often used in cooking, baking, and brewing as well as for drinking purposes. Due to its high quality and natural purity, bronwater is considered a premium ingredient that can enhance the flavor and nutritional value of any dish.

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