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Is caramelo vegan?

Caramelo is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is caramelo?

Caramelo, also known as caramel, is a sweet ingredient that is made by heating sugar until it turns golden brown. It is commonly used to add flavor and sweetness to a variety of desserts, including cakes, cookies, and ice cream. Caramel can be made in different textures, from hard and crunchy to soft and chewy, depending on the cooking method and ingredients used. Its rich, buttery flavor is a favorite among both children and adults alike. Caramel is also a popular ingredient in confectionery and candy making, and it can be used to create a range of delicious treats, from caramel apples to caramel-filled chocolates.

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