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Is caramelo amónico vegan?

Caramelo amónico is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is caramelo amónico?

Caramelo amónico, also known as ammonium chloride candy, is a unique ingredient in Mexican cuisine. It is a type of hard candy that has a distinct salty and slightly sour taste due to the addition of ammonium chloride. This candy is often consumed as a digestive aid after meals or as a traditional remedy for coughs and sore throats. The manufacturing process involves heating sugar and corn syrup with ammonium chloride and water until it reaches the desired consistency. Caramelo amónico adds a special touch to sweets and desserts, making it a popular choice among bakers and confectioners.

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