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Is cassonade vegan?

Cassonade is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cassonade?

Cassonade is a type of brown sugar that is often used in French and Belgian baking. It has a distinct caramel-like flavor and a moist texture that makes it perfect for adding depth and richness to baked goods and desserts. Cassonade is made by partially refining cane sugar, leaving behind some of the molasses and natural sugars that give it its unique flavor and color. Its dark amber color and subtle sweetness make it a popular ingredient in dishes like crème brûlée, tart tatin, and pain perdu. Whether used as a topping or incorporated into a recipe, cassonade adds a delicious touch of sweetness and complexity to any dish.

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