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Is caramel de sulfite caustique vegan?

Caramel de sulfite caustique is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is caramel de sulfite caustique?

Caramel de sulfite caustique is a unique food ingredient with a rich caramel flavor and a distinctive golden-brown color. It is created through a chemical process that involves the use of caustic soda and sulfites. This ingredient is commonly used in the food industry to add a caramel flavor to baked goods, confectioneries, and desserts. It has a slightly bitter taste and a sticky consistency, making it perfect for drizzling over ice cream or as a topping for pastries. While it is a popular ingredient, it should be used in moderation due to its high sugar content.

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