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Is caster sugar vegan?

Caster sugar is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is caster sugar?

Caster sugar, also known as superfine sugar, is a fine-grained sugar that dissolves quickly and evenly, making it a popular ingredient in baking and cocktails. It is made by grinding granulated sugar into smaller particles, but not as fine as powdered sugar. Caster sugar is commonly used in meringues, macarons, and other delicate baked goods, as it helps to create a light and airy texture. It's also a go-to sweetener for drinks and cocktails, as it dissolves easily and adds a subtle sweetness without altering the texture. With its fine texture and versatility, caster sugar is a must-have ingredient for any baker or bartender.

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