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Is en cacao vegan?

En cacao is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is en cacao?

En cacao is a Spanish term that translates to "in cocoa," and it refers to a range of food ingredients that contain cocoa as a primary component. Cocoa is a tropical plant that is cultivated for its beans, which are roasted and processed to create chocolate and other cocoa-based products. En cacao ingredients can include cocoa powder, cocoa butter, chocolate chips, and chocolate bars, among others. These ingredients are often used in baking, desserts, and other sweet treats, adding rich chocolate flavor and aroma to recipes. En cacao ingredients are also prized for their potential health benefits, as cocoa contains antioxidants and other compounds that may promote heart health and improve mood.

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