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Is caramel au sulfite d'ammonium vegan?

Caramel au sulfite d'ammonium is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is caramel au sulfite d'ammonium?

Caramel au sulfite d'ammonium is a rich and decadent food ingredient that adds a sweet and slightly tangy flavor to a variety of dishes. This ingredient is made by heating sugar until it caramelizes, and then adding ammonium sulfite, which gives it a distinct flavor profile. It is often used in desserts such as cakes, cookies, and ice cream, but can also be used in savory dishes like marinades or glazes for meat. Its unique flavor makes it a popular choice for adding depth and complexity to dishes, and it is a must-have ingredient for any serious cook or baker.

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