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Is cacao en poudre alcalinisé vegan?

Cacao en poudre alcalinisé is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cacao en poudre alcalinisé?

Cacao en poudre alcalinisé, also known as Dutch processed cocoa powder, is a type of cocoa powder that has been treated with an alkalizing agent to neutralize its natural acidity. This results in a milder flavor and darker color, making it perfect for use in baked goods like cakes, cookies, and brownies. Alkalization also enhances the powder's solubility in liquids, making it a popular choice for hot chocolate and chocolate milk. Compared to natural cocoa powder, cacao en poudre alcalinisé has a smoother texture and less bitterness, making it a versatile and delicious addition to any recipe that requires cocoa powder.

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