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Is coffee powder vegan?

Coffee powder is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is coffee powder?

Coffee powder is a versatile and aromatic ingredient that is derived from roasted coffee beans. Made by grinding coffee beans into a fine powder, it is commonly used to make a hot and energizing cup of coffee. However, coffee powder is not limited to just brewing hot beverages. It can be used in a variety of culinary applications, such as adding depth of flavor to baked goods like cakes, brownies, and cookies. Its strong and bitter taste also makes it an excellent addition to savory dishes like rubs for meat or as a seasoning for stews and soups. Coffee powder is a must-have for coffee lovers and culinary enthusiasts alike.

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