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Is bruine suiker vegan?

Bruine suiker is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is bruine suiker?

Bruine suiker, also known as brown sugar, is a common sweetener used in cooking and baking. It is made by mixing white granulated sugar with molasses, which gives it its characteristic dark color and rich flavor. Unlike white sugar, brown sugar has a slightly moist texture and a caramel-like taste, making it perfect for adding depth and complexity to desserts and baked goods. It also works well in savory dishes, such as marinades or rubs for meat, providing a subtle sweetness that complements the flavors of the dish. With its versatility and distinct flavor profile, bruine suiker is an essential ingredient in any home kitchen.

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