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Is brown súgar vegan?

Brown súgar is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is brown súgar?

Brown sugar is a type of sweetener that is characterized by its distinctive caramel color and rich, molasses-like flavor. Made by mixing white sugar with molasses, brown sugar is a versatile ingredient that adds depth and complexity to a wide range of dishes, from sweet baked goods to savory sauces and marinades. With a slightly moist texture and fine granules, it can be used as a substitute for white sugar in most recipes, providing a subtle touch of sweetness that enhances the natural flavors of other ingredients. Brown sugar is also a popular ingredient in many cultural cuisines, making it a pantry staple in households around the world.

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