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Is cocoa mass and cocoa butter vegan?

Cocoa mass and cocoa butter is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cocoa mass and cocoa butter?

Cocoa mass and cocoa butter are two key ingredients in chocolate production. Cocoa mass is made by grinding roasted cocoa beans into a paste, which contains both cocoa solids and cocoa butter. The cocoa butter is then separated from the cocoa solids and used in various applications, such as making chocolate coatings or confections. Cocoa butter has a smooth texture with a rich, chocolatey flavor, whereas cocoa mass has a strong, bitter taste. These two ingredients are often combined with sugar and milk to create the delicious chocolate treats we all know and love.

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