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Is de cassonade vegan?

De cassonade is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is de cassonade?

De cassonade is a type of brown sugar that is commonly used in French and Belgian cuisine. It is made by boiling down sugar cane juice until it becomes thick and dark, then allowing it to dry and crystallize. This gives de cassonade its distinctively rich, molasses-like flavor and deep brown color. Its coarse texture and intense sweetness make it a popular choice for baking, especially in recipes like gingerbread, fruitcakes, and speculoos cookies. Additionally, de cassonade is often used as a sweetener in coffee, tea, and other hot beverages, adding a complex depth of flavor to each sip.

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