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Is cocoa máss vegan?

Cocoa máss is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is cocoa máss?

Cocoa mass, also known as cocoa liquor, is a key ingredient in chocolate production. Produced by grinding roasted cocoa beans into a smooth liquid, it contains both cocoa solids and cocoa butter in their natural proportions. Cocoa mass gives chocolate its distinct aroma and intense flavor, and is used in the production of dark chocolate, milk chocolate, and white chocolate. This versatile ingredient can also be found in baking recipes, such as cakes, brownies, and cookies, where it adds richness, depth, and complexity. With its deep, earthy flavor and velvety texture, cocoa mass is a must-have for any chocolate lover or culinary enthusiast.

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