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Is de caramelo vegan?

De caramelo is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de caramelo?

"De caramelo" is a Spanish term that translates to "of caramel". This delightful food ingredient is made from sugar that has been heated until it reaches a deep brown color and produces a rich, sweet, and slightly bitter taste. The resulting caramel can be used in various sweet dishes such as flans, puddings, ice creams, or drizzled over cakes and pastries. It adds warmth, depth, and complexity to desserts, making them more indulgent and irresistible. "De caramelo" is also an excellent addition to savory recipes like glazes for roasted meats or sauces for vegetables. Its versatility makes it a must-have ingredient in any kitchen.

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