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Is caramelo aromático vegan?

Caramelo aromático is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is caramelo aromático?

Caramelo aromático is a delightful ingredient that can add a burst of sweet and aromatic flavor to any dish. This ingredient is typically made from melted sugar that is heated until it turns a rich golden brown color, producing a distinct caramel flavor. The addition of various aromatic spices such as cinnamon, nutmeg, or ginger elevates the flavor profile of this ingredient, making it an ideal choice for desserts, baked goods, or even savory dishes like roasted vegetables or meats. Caramelo aromático adds a touch of warmth and complexity to any recipe, making it a must-have ingredient for any creative cook.

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