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Is farinzucker vegan?

Farinzucker is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is farinzucker?

Farinzucker, also known as pearl sugar or nib sugar, is a type of sugar commonly used in baking and confectionery. It is made by crushing white sugar into small, irregularly shaped grains that are similar in size and texture to pearls. Farinzucker does not dissolve easily, making it perfect for adding texture and crunch to baked goods like pastries, cookies, and cakes. It is also a popular topping for waffles, pancakes, and other breakfast treats. This unique sugar has a sweet taste and is often used in Scandinavian and Belgian cuisine. Try using farinzucker to add a special touch to your next baked creation!.

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