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Is cacao maigre à vegan?

Cacao maigre à is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cacao maigre à?

Cacao maigre à, also known as defatted cocoa powder, is a rich and flavorful ingredient used in a variety of culinary applications. Made from roasted cocoa beans with the cocoa butter removed, this powder is a healthier alternative to regular cocoa powder, as it contains significantly less fat. With its intense chocolatey taste and aroma, cacao maigre à is perfect for adding depth and complexity to baked goods, smoothies, and hot chocolate. It is also a great source of antioxidants, fiber, and essential minerals like iron and magnesium. Incorporate this versatile ingredient into your diet to add a delicious and healthy twist to your favorite recipes.

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