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Is cafe vegan?

Cafe is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cafe?

Café, also known as coffee, is a popular ingredient that adds a rich, bold flavor and aroma to various food and beverage recipes. It is made by roasting coffee beans and grinding them into a fine powder. Café is commonly used in recipes for desserts, such as tiramisu and coffee cakes, as well as savory dishes like coffee-rubbed steak or espresso-glazed pork. Besides its flavor-enhancing properties, café is also known for its stimulating effects due to the caffeine content, making it a go-to ingredient for breakfast and brunch menus. Whether enjoyed as a hot beverage or used as a flavorful ingredient in recipes, café is a versatile and beloved ingredient in many cuisines worldwide.

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